What if you could reduce the total cost ownership for your technology? So your software and your hardware had a longer shelf life? And what if both were also easier to maintain? (We're talking much easier!) So rather than having to individually upgrade a software program on each person's laptop, you could update everyone's software all at once and be done? And what if, besides extending your technology's shelf life and making it much easier to maintain, you could give your users a super convenient way to access all of their applications and data from any device at any location?
With virtual desktops, you can.
Preferred's desktop virtualization solutions allow you to host a desktop operating system within a virtual machine running on a secured and centralized server. This IT-friendly infrastructure helps your organization:
Creating a virtual desktop infrastructure isn't the kind of project you want to tackle on your own. You want someone who's been down this road enough times to know which avenues are the smartest route to take and which ones could lead to trouble. Our virtualization specialists are ready to take the wheel. They've logged the miles and can map out the right virtualization strategy for your business. One that gives your users anytime and anywhere access to all of their applications and data. And makes managing your technology easier and more efficient.
Imagine buying a pickup truck with a V8 motor but only being able to use one cylinder. Of course you would feel like you aren't getting your money's worth. If your business isn't taking advantage of virtual servers, it's like your hardware is only flexing part of its muscle. That's because today's robust servers only operate at about 5 to 15 percent of their total capacity. Which means up to 90 percent of the hardware potential is wasted and not being used.
With virtual servers, you can run more than one server on the same piece of hardware and manage multiple servers from a central location. That gives you much more bang for your buck. And there are other advantages:
Like most network-related activities, virtualizing your servers takes a fair share of experience. That's where our been-there/done-that systems engineers come in. They'll assess your current network and create a virtualization design that's sized to fit your number of users, amount of data and the type of applications you use.