Need answers so your organization can better solve problems with migrating employees to a Work From Home format? Watch as Nico Zieck, senior IT architect at Liquit shares his expertise on a number of topics that range from virtual desktops on #Citrix, #VMware and Microsoft #WVD, to how to effectively work remotely while keeping team members productive and safe and the environment secure. Find out how Liquit solutions can help enable a work from home strategy that works.
The global pandemic has made enabling work from home integral to IT everywhere. For this reason, enterprises are searching for endpoint solutions that work. In order to function at the level needed and required, however, the standard is incredibly high. It requires a perfect combination of flexibility, power and security. None of these can be left out in order to achieve perfect synergy.
To handle the complexity of remote work, IT must be able to walk the tightrope between enabling remote work while ensuring ongoing security. For many, this will mean leveraging virtual desktops - either from on-premises data centers or Cloud based virtual desktops.
Doing so offers several significant benefits.
Work from anywhere: virtual desktops are centrally located, and not housed on the endpoint device. This means not housing confidential data on endpoints.
Work from any device: virtual and cloud desktops enable employees to access vital applications from any device, even personal devices, when used with the right endpoint solution.
For many organizations, achieving this will also mean providing VPN connectivity, or an alternative method for ensuring secure connection to the corporate network.
Looking for answers for your organization on how to better solve problems with migrating employees to a Work From Home format? Watch this VMblog WFH video interview, as Stacy Leidwinger, CMO of Goliath Technologies, shares her expertise on a number of topics from virtual desktops on Citrix and VMware Horizon, to how to help people effectively work remotely while keeping team members productive. Find out how Goliath solutions can help enable a work from home strategy.
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Application Aggregation and Delivery for the Modern Workspace
Every Application. Every Platform. Every User.
Liquit application aggregation and delivery software enables enterprises and service providers to connect to and combine with all workspace backends (Citrix, VMWare, WVD, etc.).
The software delivers a customized and consistent end-user experience, regardless of where the applications reside. Publish the smart icon and Liquit decides where to start the application based upon the end-user's location, device and profile rights. Liquit Workspace simplifies system administration and workspace management.
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Covid-19 is forcing unprecedented numbers of people to work from home. This new way is putting a strain on organizations in terms of revenue, and productivity is taking a hit.
There are folks out there that are used to remote work...they have their workflows, their tools, they are savvy enough to know how to get around common issues with bad internet connections, finding quiet places to work, etc. But I want to talk about newly remote workers.
Stratodesk is redefining end user computing by delivering a single endpoint solution for the VDI, DaaS and IoT markets. Today, enterprises are moving beyond traditional desktops towards smart workplaces where the diverse network of endpoint devices will create interoperability and compatibility issues without a single unified endpoint solution.
Stratodesk’s next-evolution, Linux-based endpoint OS and management suite, NoTouch, is a next generation, hardware-agnostic solution that enables companies to cost-effectively manage their endpoints. Our solution works seamlessly across x86 and ARM based hardware products (including the Raspberry Pi) to provide a unified platform for your entire endpoint fleet. It also increases security, simplifies user experience and allows customers to maximize the benefits of existing desktop hardware (Laptops, Thin Clients, PCs and ARM devices) through PC Conversion.
Founded in 2010, Stratodesk has rapidly grown to over 4000 customers and maintains strong relationships with many distribution and reseller partners across the globe. We are certified by and have long standing technology partnerships with industry leaders such as Citrix, VMware, Imprivata and LG that ensure the highest product standards, innovative new features and complete and up to date integration of third party products.
Our customers include government and healthcare organizations, banks, armed forces, small/medium sized businesses and large enterprises in North America and around the world. Stratodesk is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Klagenfurt and Vienna, Austria.
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About a third of Americans are now working from home, more ever than before. And quite simply, that's due in large part because of COVID-19 and the pandemic that was unleashed across the globe this year.
In this latest VMblog #WorkFromHome Series, we're exploring what technology means in this current paradigm shift of working remotely. And in order to do that, we're reaching out to industry experts to help shine a light on the subject. We're asking these experts to offer up their opinions and advice on what's taking place now and where things go in the future.
In this Q&A, VMblog connected with industry expert, Stacy Leidwinger, Chief Marketing Officer at Goliath Technologies, to learn more about troubleshooting and documenting the remote worker experience.
As a company that enables organizations to facilitate a work from home strategy, Liquidware is a champion of remote working. As an industry expert in the end user computing and desktop virtualization field, Jason Smith provides answers to a number of important questions in this modern #WorkFromHome situation that many companies woke up one day to find themselves in without a lot of planning or preparation in most cases.
IGEL provides the next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces. The company’s world-leading software products include IGEL OS™, IGEL UD Pocket™ (UDP) and IGEL Universal Management Suite™ (UMS). These solutions comprise a more secure, manageable and cost-effective endpoint management and control platform across nearly any x86 device. Easily acquired via just two feature-rich software offerings, — Workspace Edition and Enterprise Management Pack — IGEL software presents outstanding value per investment. Additionally, IGEL’s German engineered endpoint solutions deliver the industry’s best hardware warranty (5 years), software maintenance (3 years after end of life) and management functionality. IGEL enables enterprises to save vast amounts of money by extending the useful life of their existing endpoint devices while precisely controlling all devices running IGEL OS from a single dashboard interface. IGEL has offices worldwide and is represented by partners in over 50 countries. For more information on IGEL, visit www.igel.com.
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