Last night IGEL received the Digitalisation Innovation of the Year award for our UD Pocket solution at the UK’s SVC Awards.
It was great to see UD Pocket getting the recognition it deserves from the technology savvy readers who voted from publications such as Digitalisation World, Datacenter Solutions, Storage Virtualisation and Cloud. It’s further proof that our mission to bring the revolutionary micro thin client to businesses is working.
The industry’s first Linux-based micro thin client, UD Pocket has been designed to allow users access to their desktop while on the move from any device. No larger than a paper clip, you simply plug the device into the USB port of any PC, laptop or thin client and it temporarily makes any Intel x86 64-bit desktop an IGEL thin client without over writing the local OS. It gives the mobile worker instant access to their cloud services, server-based computing applications or virtual desktop and is automatically integrated into the IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) for remote support, deployment and management.
As well as another shiny award for the increasingly crammed IGEL trophy cabinet and a great party, hopefully, this latest recognition will further peak the curiosity of even more IT managers who are looking for a simple, secure and mobile desktop solution.
Now, where did I leave that trophy last night…