State, local and federal governments are looking to virtualized desktops as a way to provide flexibility to employees, increase protection of data and regulatory compliance, and improve efficiency of employees.
Many agencies in the public sector have at least some exposure to desktop virtualization, whether they have done a pilot or proof of concept or have some number of users in production. IT administrators benefit from centralization, reducing time to push updates and patches. Employees need to access data from different parts of the government building and remotely.
For the public sector, the issues Login VSI can help with include:
- User experience and productivity
- Sizing and scaling for mobility
- Proactive VDI maintenance
“We've used Login VSI for the past 3 years as part of our Disaster Recovery Exercise. It's not only helped us in validating the functionality of our Citrix XenApp farm, but it's also been an invaluable tool in proving the number of concurrent connections into the environments. It’s allowed us to take our theoretical numbers and put actual real life data behind them.”
Michael Bernas, Workers' Compensation Board of Alberta
“We didn’t want any surprises within our operating IT environment. Login VSI has brought up several performance improvements in the infrastructure. These were addressed together with the implementer and the various vendors.”
Eddy Zeehuisen, Program Manager U-Cloud at Gemeente Utrecht (Municipality of Utrecht, The Netherlands)
Some of our public sector customers: