Cloud software provider IGEL partnered with Citrix and Ingram Micro to launch a new bundle that will simplify user access to Azure-delivered cloud workspaces.
This new bundle combines best-in-breed products from IGEL and Citrix to simplify the delivery of high-performance end-user computing with “access anywhere” in the cloud. For companies with a need to rapidly address their aging Microsoft Windows 7 endpoints before end of support on January 14, 2020, the new combined is offering simplifies the migration of Windows desktops to Azure for the cloud workspace environment.
It makes easier streamlining end-user computing in Azure
Jed Ayres, President, and CEO, IGEL North America detailed the advantages of this new software and how it works with the words:
With our combined solution, IGEL, Citrix and Ingram Micro are making it easy to streamline end-user computing in Azure to power cloud-based Windows Virtual Desktops that will simplify endpoint management, improve security, lower costs and keep workers productive.
And for those who have already moved to Windows 10, they too can easily migrate those desktops to the cloud, with this combined offer virtually eliminating all the headaches associated with managing and maintaining hundreds or thousands of endpoints running full-blown Windows.
Public cloud desktop-as-a-service will be available for organizations
Organizations can take full advantage of public cloud desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) workspaces from the Microsoft Azure cloud in the form of Windows Virtual Desktops (WVDs). Moreover, this new software includes Citrix Workspace, a unified, secure, and intelligent work platform that transforms the employee experience by organizing, guiding, and automating all activities people need to do their best work anywhere, anytime from any device.
In addition to these features, it also has IGEL Workspace Edition software, which combines the IGEL OS next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces and IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) for legendary endpoint management and control simplicity.
“This new offer from Ingram Micro combines the unique strengths of both Citrix and IGEL to enable organizations to realize the full benefits of Windows 10 without the typical pain of migration,” said Nabeel Youakim, Vice President, Product & Solutions Architecture, Citrix.
The new bundle is available from Ingram Micro now.
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