As you are all well aware not all desktops are the same, especially when you consider VDI desktops compared to cloud-based desktops.
To help customers better understand which desktop is best for their end users, Pano Logic's Mike fodor will explore and evaluate different desktop scenarios. Attendees will gain an understanding on when to use Pano System for VDI and when to use Pano System for Cloud.
Pano Logic is releasing both Pano System 6.0 and a new product called Pano Virtual Client, which provides for a whole new form of Pano System endpoint. Please join us on May 23rd for an informative webcast where we will paint a high level picture of what’s new in System 6.0 and give you a look at Pano Virtual Client Software.
•New Pano Virtual Client software allows you to repurpose PCs and laptops as Pano System endpoints on your LAN.
•Pano System 6.0 includes new License Manager for Pano Virtual Client subscription licenses.
•Pano Remote can now use RSA SecurID token passcodes for two-factor authentication and increased security.
•Improved user experience and support for cloned monitors for use in classrooms and kiosks.
•Supports the latest releases from VMware and Citrix XenDesktop alongside continuing support for Microsoft Hyper-V.
Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Miami, Florida, FIU has 6,000 students and 300 staff. With a small IT team supporting 50+ servers, 4 labs and over 500 PCs, FIU wanted to be able to:-
o Reduce recurring hardware replacement and/or upgrade cost
o Fine tune the computing environment based on class curriculum
o Swap the computing environment based on class schedule
o Centralize management and grow by only upgrading the backend
After evaluating stand-alone desktops and thin clients, FIU decided to deploy a desktop virtualization solution. In this webcast Stefan Schins, Network Administrator at FIU will describe:-
o FIU IT challenges
o Solution selection process
o Desktop implementation
o Solution benefits
o Measureable success factors
o Answer any questions
This joint webcast with 451 Group's Infrastructure Software Analyst Karin Kelley will look at the evolution of VDI and consider the role and importance of protocols in the widespread adoption of desktop virtualization.