Dell’s move was much expected as they have been very public about going in the cloud. They launched a desktop virtualization offering earlier this year as they see the tidal wave for hosted virtual desktops forming and are very focused on their cloud strategy, from the desktop to the datacenter. The physical PC environment tide is changing and Dell just made a good move to play in that paradigm shift of desktop virtualization.
This is just one piece of the puzzle in Dell’s path to having a successful cloud platform – delivering desktops over the internet is a very complex problem. It’s not only about the end point (thin client in this case); it’s about the software running the desktop; the browser you’re using to access the software; the architecture of your office, apps, datacenter and your hosting partner; the network; and the hardware (switches, routers, servers, storage, etc.) in your datacenter.
There are many routes to go to market. Choosing the right technology can be daunting for any organization. As a cloud transformation company, we guide organizations on moving to the cloud through desktops, servers, and storage. By choosing a hosted virtual desktop provider, Our customer enjoy rapid time to market, migration expertise, and a cash-flow-friendly subscription model.