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Virtualisation is now a well understood concept in the IT industry. It has been used to consolidate large numbers of traditional servers to run as virtual servers on a much smaller number of physical machines.
This reduces the power and cooling foot-print of your server estate which, along with having few physical servers to purchase and maintain, reduces your expenditure.
The same logic has been extended to almost all IT components – applications, storage, network devices and desktops have all had the virtualisation treatment. We have aligned ourselves to the market leaders in virtualisation since its inception. They include Citrix and VMware.
Deploy virtual desktops and applications
We are vendor agnostic and use the right platform to meet the specific needs of our customers. If our customer has in-house skills in VMware or already has a Citrix implementation we will work with them to deploy the right virtualisation technology.
Access corporate data from any device, anywhere
The desktop virtualisation allows your users to get access their virtual desktop or applications from any Windows Pc, Mac, smartphone or tablet.
Data security and network access control
Encrypted access to desktops and applications eliminate the risk of data loss or hacking.
Citrix and VMware expertise
In addition to server virtualisation, Citrix and VMware have solutions for both desktop and application virtualisation. Our consultants are fully accredited by Citrix and VMware at all levels. Transputec have also developed some "out-of-the-box" virtual machine solutions. We host both virtual server and virtual desktop services, priced on a per-device-per-month basis. Having worked with Citrix and VMware for so many years, we have encountered almost all virtualisation challenges.
Our team of experts have a proven methodology, starting with capacity assessment (using tools including VMware Capacity Planner), to navigate you safely through the virtualisation journey; helping you avoid all the common pitfalls.
As well as being used as a tool to reduce costs and management overheads, application and desktop virtualisation now form a key part of many organisations' consumerisation/BYOD strategy.