Aaron Russo - Senior Manager for Tech Sales Data Center
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Lane Shelton
Vice President of Software Business Development
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Time to Grow Your Desktop as a Service?

See If It Makes Sense for Your Organization

by Kevin O'Connor | 09.14.16

One of the benefits of a VDI/DaaS for organizations is that data is never saved locally to devices. For mobile devices/laptops that can suddenly turn up missing, information can’t be compromised, because it is only displayed as pixels on a screen. The very nature of remote data/local presentation inherent to VDI/DaaS is especially valuable if there is a failure to a desktop or other device. Because end users can access their virtual desktop from another device, they can be more productive—especially in the architectural and construction field—where mobility can be of significant value.

Tags:ConnectionDaaSLaptopsMobile devicesROITechnologyVDIVirtual desktop


Business Is Calling: How Will You Answer?

The Future of Communication Systems

by Rick Sabarese | 03.21.16

Your communications system is the backbone of business success: an always on, robust communications infrastructure is a must-have. For many, however, that means an upgrade or overhaul to take advantage of today’s cloud-based technologies, from VoIP, videoconferencing, and collaboration to software-defined networking, file sharing, and telepresence. Here are a few key data points and some aspects to consider to ensure your communications system will be there when your customers—and staff and partners—come calling.



Migration Essentials

Set Goals and Benefits for Your Windows Server 2012 Upgrade

by Ron Richards | 02.25.15

Attempting to move to Microsoft Windows Server 2012 from Windows Server 2003 without clear goals and benefits in mind can be a costly mistake. Lenovo offers the following best practice recommendations to optimize your server migration.

Tags:Active DirectoryAzureHardwareITLenovoMobilityOn-premisesROIServer migrationStreamlined ManagementVirtual desktopVirtualizedVPNWANWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012