Tag: VDI

Client léger vs. Client lourd : la réalité environnementale

Written by: Fred MilonPublished: April 10, 2017

Vous pourriez choisir de travailler avec des clients légers en environnement VDI pour de nombreuses raisons : ils sont faciles à utiliser, rapides à déployer, coûtent moins cher à l’achat, sont gérables à distance, permettent d’automatiser la sécurité… Ils présentent également de nombreux avantages en termes de protection de l’environnement, et sont de fait particulièrement… Read More »

Endpoints Versus ”Fat” Clients – the Environmental Truth

Written by: Marc DoehnertPublished: April 6, 2017

There are many reasons why a endpoint, operating in a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) deployment, offer a better way to work. Think easy-of-use, fast to install, cheaper to buy, remote management, automated security, just for a start. However, there are a whole host of environmental reasons as well, which have a lot of appeal for… Read More »

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An IGEL Virtualised Workplace is Oh-So Easy to Manage

Written by: Marc DoehnertPublished: March 27, 2017

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), or the virtual workspace as it is otherwise known, sounds complicated. Virtualised anything sounds very modern and sophisticated really, but there are a whole bunch of reasons why a VDI solution makes a lot of sense, and ease of management is right up there at the top of the tree. With… Read More »

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A Few Reasons Why VDI is the Way of the Future…

Written by: IGEL ContributorPublished: December 20, 2016

There are many good and obvious reasons why enterprises all over the world are moving to virtual workspaces. Easier management, lower running costs, better use of resources. However, there have always been an equally valid set of reasons why the company should NOT move to a virtual solution, too; cost of deploying RSDH software, lack… Read More »

500 Endpoints: No Waiting. How IGEL Takes the Stress Out of Scaling Up

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: December 1, 2016

We spend quite a bit of time traveling the globe to tell the IGEL story of endpoints’ rising dominance in enterprise computing, so it’s particularly gratifying when our story resonates so perfectly with a high profile industry veteran. Brien Posey, a seven-time Microsoft MVP with 25 years of IT experience and a published author, recently… Read More »