A Complete, Standardized Computing Environment
Desktop virtualization, or virtual desktop infrastructures (VDI), removes desktop software from company laptops and PCs. Instead, these applications exist in the central data center. Users then access the desktop software like one would access an online email account. There’s no software installed on the device, and yet they have the full-feature desktop experience.
This approach has been found to lower costs while simultaneously improving service levels. The IT staff can change, update, and deploy each desktop independently to increase business agility and improve response time.
Mindsight staffs engineers and solution architects who are proficient in both of the leading desktop virtualization solutions. Choosing either VMware or Citrix, Mindsight can help you deploy your own virtual desktop infrastructure.
The Same Personalized Desktops Regardless of Physical Device
Lower Total Cost of Ownership
Virtualized desktops can significantly reduce total cost of ownership by making it easier to update and manage desktop software across the whole company.
Faster Deployment and Management
Manage each virtualized desktop from a central platform and deploy new desktops as easily as you would create a virtual machine.
No Longer Tied to Physical Hardware
Users can experience a consistent, updated, high-quality desktop in any location and on any device.
Because end-user data is stored centrally, the entire system is far more secure and compliant.
Virtual desktop solutions provide an always-on desktop experience by offering business continuity and disaster recovery.
VDI is an excellent way to enable workforce mobility. Your team can travel anywhere they like, connect to the internet, and access a secure instance of their desktop in just moments.
Mindsight Data Center Certifications
VMware Premium Solution Provider & Citrix Silver Solution Advisor
Mindsight has earned certifications from both of the leading VDI developers in the industry, Citrix and VMware. Through these certifications, we have gained a deep understanding of both VMware Horizon View and Citrix Xendesktop.
Advanced Data Center Architecture Specialization
Mindsight has earned the Data Center Architecture Specialization from Cisco. This certification, along with our Cisco Gold Partnership, serve to demonstrate the level of expertise in the Mindsight team with all manner of data center technology.
Mindsight Supporting Services
Mindsight is ready to lend a hand in supporting your virtualized desktop infrastructure. Through a managed services agreement, the Mindsight team can provide monitoring, alerting, maintenance, or even full administration of the application.Learn More
Infrastructure Optimization Roadmap
Schedule a Infrastructure Optimization Roadmap with Mindsight and you leverage the sum and total of our experience. One of our senior consultants will go on-site to analyze a technology in your data center. We’ll cover any strengths or weaknesses and find opportunities to improve performance.Learn More
Path to the Cloud Analysis
Interested in the cloud? Let Mindsight help guide the way. Our Path to the Cloud Analysis is the best way to determine which applications are ready to migrate and what steps need to be taken to prepare the rest of the environment to follow.Learn More
Desktop Virtualization Deployment Models
Host your VDI deployment in your own data center and manage your virtual desktops as you would any other application on your hypervisor.
Migrate your desktop deployments to the cloud in a private, public, or hybrid model.
Read the latest and most relevant technology news through the Mindsight blog. Our most recent articles are below.
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