Overview: Virtual Computer is the market leader in distributed desktop virtualization. NxTop®, the company's flagship product, enables desktop IT professionals to create flexible, reliable, and secure computing environments both stationary and mobile users.
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AMAG Pharmaceuticals by Virtual Computer, Inc.. January 01, 2011 - Discover how AMAG Pharmaceuticals achieved 56% in external desktop support savings and met their mobility needs while avoiding costly infrastructure investments with Intelligent Desktop Virtualization (IDV). Read this case study to find out why AMAG chose IDV instead of traditional server-hosted VDI.
An Introduction to Intelligent Desktop Virtualization (IDV) by Virtual Computer, Inc.. February 23, 2012 - Explore a desktop virtualization technology, Intelligent Desktop Virtualization (IDV), which can provide all the benefits of VDI with lower costs and complexity. Discover how IDV compares to VDI technology in this videocast.
Desktop Virtualization: Beyond VDI by Virtual Computer, Inc.. May 16, 2011 - In this webcast, prominent industry analyst Rachel Chalmers, of the 451 Group, joined by experts from Intel and Virtual Computer, examine how this alternative approach overcomes the challenges of service-centric VDI. They reveal how to use this approach to realize an exceptionally easy-to-use PC management and support environment.
E-Guide: How to Determine if VDI is Right for your Company and Ways to Overcome Common Annoyances by Virtual Computer, Inc.. May 26, 2011 - Even though the thought of virtual desktops has caught everyone's attention, the actual number of installations remains small. This expert e-guide from SearchVirtualDesktop.com explains how organizations can determine whether this technology is right for them by calculating the return on investment from VDI.
Reduce Your Desktop TCO Through Client-Side Virtualization by Virtual Computer, Inc.. March 11, 2011 - For most IT organizations, the operational cost of deploying, updating and migrating PCs is the most significant expense associated with the PC life cycle. IDC's Michael Rose outlines some key business considerations that you can apply to reduce your desktop TCO while providing an excellent experience for end-users.
Rethinking VDI: The Role of Client-Hosted Virtual Desktops by Virtual Computer, Inc.. February 15, 2011 - This paper examines how personal computers are now an essential business tool in most organizations. But as the PC assumes an increasingly critical role in everyday business activity, the demands on IT staff are greatly intensified.
Security and Data Protection with Intelligent Desktop Virtualization by Virtual Computer, Inc.. January 01, 2012 - The biggest draw of VDI for many organizations is resolving endpoint security and data protection concerns while enabling mobility. However, VDI is expensive to implement and has many limitations. Discover how Intelligent Desktop Virtualization (IDV) can offer the same security benefits as VDI at lower costs.
The New Economics of PC Management by Virtual Computer, Inc.. March 11, 2011 - View this webcast to learn more about the cost-saving benefits of NxTop and how a PC management approach that leverages client-side virtualization provides significant cost-saving benefits versus both server-centric virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) models and traditional agent-based PC management approaches.
Top 10 Myths of Desktop Virtualization by Virtual Computer, Inc.. January 01, 2011 - There are many misconceptions about desktop virtualization that prevent businesses from leveraging the many benefits of this technology. This white paper debunks the top 10 myths about desktop virtualization with specific examples and use cases.
VDI Done Differently: A Case Study - Town of Lincoln, Massachusetts by Virtual Computer, Inc.. May 16, 2011 - How did one man manage the entire desktop infrastructure of Lincoln, Massachusetts? A near-constant demand for physical desktop support meant high inefficiency for critical public works. This case study reveals how one IT director moved his town forward to a hardware refresh and Windows 7 migration by leveraging desktop virtualization.
Virtual Desktop Foundations E-Book Chapter 1: Restructuring for virtual desktops by Virtual Computer, Inc.. October 11, 2011 - Will your current infrastructure support efficient virtual desktops? IT managers must consider application performance and, to that end, how well WANs are optimized to swiftly deliver those applications. This chapter will look at what infrastructure you may need to upgrade to support a virtual desktop environment.