Moving Windows Desktops to the Cloud is a Difference Maker for IGEL Partners
As cloud workspaces become more rapidly adopted, the rise of Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is changing the game for cloud workspaces. With it comes easier migration to Windows 10, simplified security and the empowerment of the remote worker.
IGEL OS further extends the management and security benefits of WVD by enhancing the end user experience and giving users a streamlined interaction within the cloud.
Pete Downing, Chief Marketing Technology Officer, XenTegra comments,
“I see more people adopting the cloud because it’s becoming more about mobility, working from anywhere, and being able to access anything from any device. Now where IGEL fits into that story is they simplify the user experience by streamlining and creating a user interface that allows the user to interact with their cloud.”
IGEL Partners can agree that cloud workspaces create an environment where endpoints can be managed efficiently.
Jim Veraldi, Vice President, Data Center Solutions, Ingram Micro says,
“Endpoint maintenance is so labor-intensive and whenever we can offload that into a cloud that we can centrally manage the endpoints it becomes much more cost-effective for the IT departments.”
Watch their comments on this video, “The Rise of WVD: Why are Windows Desktops Moving to the Cloud?”- Part 1:
Unifying and standardizing all endpoints onto a single management platform is just one of the many values experienced when moving to cloud workspaces. IGEL OS is ideal for endpoint devices accessing WVD services through the cloud.
Paul Stansel, Director, National EUC Practice, Presidio says,
“I think more people are adopting cloud workspaces because they see the benefit in a consumable workspace. They want something that’s there and available when they need it and they’re not paying for it when they don’t.”
Mike Moore, Global Product Line Manager, DXC Technology, says simply,
“I think the new economics of Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop is eye opening for a lot of different customers.”
Watch them in this video, “The Rise of WVD: Why are Windows Desktops Moving to the Cloud?” – Part 2:
IGEL OS is the first Linux-based OS that is validated and certified with Microsoft for WVD device access. Want to know more about what makes IGEL OS the best edge OS for Windows Virtual Desktop? Learn more here about why WVD and IGEL OS are the answer.