UDS Enterprise 2.2.1

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The UDS Enterprise Team organized past Tuesday 19th March the Webinar Whats new in UDS Enterprise 2.2.1 VDI connection broker to showcase the new features added to the latest version of this software for virtualization of Windows and Linux desktops and applications. In the session, a comprehensive technical demo of the important improvements introduced in UDS Enterprise 2.2.1 was performed. All the recommended steps and configurations were shown to manage and deploy virtual desktops and applications hosted in Microsoft Azure.
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Spotlight

Business IT departments are experiencing challenges with the shortcomings of Storage Area Networks (overprovisioning, low agility, difficult storage migration), multiple infrastructure and application silos, and proprietary and costly fiber channel networking requirements. Many of these challenges can be successfully addressed by Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) that enables compute, storage and networking functions to be decoupled from the underlying infrastructure and run on a common set of physical resources. HCI uses software-defined storage (SDS), virtualization, x86 servers and high-speed ethernet together to create an x86 server-based SAN that provides the same high levels of performance, availability, and resiliency as a traditional SAN based on advanced storage arrays, specialized Fiber Channel networking, and high-end servers. HCI vastly improves infrastructure efficiency, lowers costs, and leads to IT transformation with improved agility, scalability and simplicity.

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Delivering enterprise-class VDI with up to 50% less cloud spend – and immediate ROI

There is a global paradigm shift from how desktops are being delivered to employees. While VDI was once a relatively minor workload deployed as a temporary fix to user problems, VDI has now become a mainstream tier one workload. However, VDI can be complex, time consuming and hard. Further complicating things is the of VDI workloads to a public-cloud hosted environment. So how do you ensure that your IT staff is able to manage your VDI environment for your global remote on any cloud, easily, without breaking the bank? NetApp and MicroWorks have the answer.
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A Deeper Dive Into VMware Workspace ONE AirLift and Windows 10 Co-Management

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The accelerating adoption of Windows 10 is enabling IT teams to take advantage of new modern management of desktops from the cloud that can dramatically reduce IT time and cost. With users off the network more than ever, many PC management tasks such as onboarding, patching and policies, software distribution, and compliance can be streamlined using a cloud-based approach.
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Protecting your Organization Endpoints with Dell Endpoint Security

Your home office, and remote workers use different devices and software programs. Ensure these systems are up and running and keep operating systems as well as applications up to date via regular and scheduled patching. This is critical to maintaining security on all your endpoints. By providing the necessary tools and resources you need to augment your existing security protocols, Dell Technologies can help keep your environment free from threats—giving you the freedom to focus on strategic business initiatives, and the peace of mind that comes with knowing your endpoints are secure. In this webinar, we’ll share best practices for amplifying the security perimeter for your remote team with VMware Carbon Black, and how multi-level and built-in layers of security can prevent threats, gain insights, secure endpoint data and help you operate faster. The Dell SafeGuard and Response portfolio, powered by VMware Carbon Black and Secureworks, provides a comprehensive approach to endpoint threat management.
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Demystifying Data Virtualization: Why it’s Now Critical for Your Data Strategy

Data Virtualization has become a critical component of an adaptive and agile enterprise data fabric. It is no longer feasible to replicate data from myriad sources into a central repository, due to the associated costs and the delays in accessing the data. But there are common misconceptions around Data Virtualization and how it works.
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Spotlight

Business IT departments are experiencing challenges with the shortcomings of Storage Area Networks (overprovisioning, low agility, difficult storage migration), multiple infrastructure and application silos, and proprietary and costly fiber channel networking requirements. Many of these challenges can be successfully addressed by Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) that enables compute, storage and networking functions to be decoupled from the underlying infrastructure and run on a common set of physical resources. HCI uses software-defined storage (SDS), virtualization, x86 servers and high-speed ethernet together to create an x86 server-based SAN that provides the same high levels of performance, availability, and resiliency as a traditional SAN based on advanced storage arrays, specialized Fiber Channel networking, and high-end servers. HCI vastly improves infrastructure efficiency, lowers costs, and leads to IT transformation with improved agility, scalability and simplicity.

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