Instead of device-centric users (users tied to a specific ‘box’), the shift is on to a more user-centric model where data and applications are securely provisioned and readily available on demand via a private cloud, regardless of location or of the device being used.
Delivering user-centric computing capabilities to federal personnel and/or contractors via a private cloud can create enormous value around Telework, Disaster Preparedness, and COOP initiatives, while creating significant cost savings and avoidance. In addition, moving data and applications to reside in the data center offers much greater security, compared to having those items located on thousands of machines in a thousand different locations.
Join us on Tuesday, September 20th, to learn how VMware View delivers this unique value to federal agencies by:
* Delivering applications and data from the cloud to end-user devices – federal personnel can securely use GFE or their own computer devices
* Reducing the risk of sensitive or classified data being compromised by loss or theft of end-user devices – those assets stay in the cloud and not on devices
* Streamlining management and deployment of desktops and applications
* Automating and standardizing security and configuration policy compliance
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