Enterprise Network Infrastructure (LAN, WAN), Unified Communication (VoIP, Video Conferencing and Collaboration) Data Centre Infrastructure (Storage, Servers & End User Computing) Security Solutions (IP Surveillance & Access Control) and Business Intelligent solutions.
Data Center Infrastructure Solutions
Storage&Data Management: As organization grows, their data size grows accordingly. We have partnered with the best and biggest Storage & Data Management vendors in order to deliver the most efficient systems to manage your growing data lifecycle.
Servers & End User Computing:
"Desktop computing" has become something of a misnomer. Today's desktop is really an end-user environment
defined by a profile consisting of applications, documents and configuration data.
Today's end users rely more and more on mobile devices such as laptops, smart phones and removable storage drives, they need desktop environments that they can access anytime, anywhere.
On the other hand, IT organizations are under increasing pressure to reducing costs and increase productivity while strengthening security and tightening control over corporate information assets. Some organizations use thin clients to centralize their desktop infrastructure, but traditional thin client models cannot accommodate mobile laptop users and present unique challenges in terms of application compatibility and the overall end-user experience.
The dilemma, then, is how to accommodate user needs (freedom, familiarity, flexibility, mobility) and the needs of IT administrators (security, control, manageability, compliance) using a common framework. Desktop virtualization can help organizations solve the desktop dilemma.
According to Gartner Research, "issues related to operating system migrations, PC replacements, operational PC costs and PC security concerns have organizations questioning their client computing strategies." A few of the most challenging issues associated with traditional approaches to enterprise desktop computing include: Data Security, Compliance and policy enforcement, Operational cost, Desktop and recovery, patch and Update Management. The traditional desktop model is inherently insecure, inflexible, and hard-to-manage, it should be a thing of the past.
With the traditional desktops, the application operating system and user data are all tied to a specific piece of hardware. Virtualization breaks the bonds between these elements into isolated layers, enabling IT staff to change updates and deploy each component independently for greater business agility and improved response time. End users also benefit from virtualization because they get the same rich desktop experience, but with the added ability to access that computing environment from multitude of devices and access points in the office, at home or on the road. VMware's Desktop Virtualization Technology "VMware View" is a great solution to this Dilemma.