Centralized IT, remote access and UDS Enterprise 3.0 RC

by | Oct 1, 2020

We start the month of October preparing the ranking of the most read articles on our blog during September. Amavir Case Study is the publication that has registered the greater amount of visits. There, it is explained how desktop virtualization has helped them to simplify the IT management of 41 nursing homes for the elderly spread over 7 autonomous regions. This organization has opted for a VDI cloud solution with UDS Enterprise.

In second place is another Case Study, in this case of an organization belonging to the Education sector. The University of Almería relates in this post how UDS Enterprise has allowed them to start this new academic year by offering a new service, essential to meet the demands of the new normal. This is the ARAI Service (Remote Access to Computer Rooms), used by students to remotely access the 100 computers in an IT classroom at the University and another 400 computers during non-school hours.

Finally, the third position is for the post that relates the availability of the Release Candidate of UDS Enterprise 3.0. The announcement summarizes some of the most outstanding features of the new version of the software for desktop and application virtualization and remote access to physical devices.Here are the links to these three articles, in case you didn’t have the chance to read them yet or to consult them again:

Centralized IT management of 41 nursing homes with UDS Enterprise cloud VDI

Remote access to IT classrooms during non-school hours with UDS Enterprise

UDS Enterprise 3.0 Release Candidate available



Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent posts

VDI: The most secure environment for hybrid working

Today is Data Privacy Day. The purpose of this date is to raise awareness and promote privacy and data protection best practices. It was initiated by the European Commission, the Council of Europe, and the Data Protection authorities of the European Union’s member states. Their main goal was to drive attention to the importance of privacy, user data protection, and compliance of the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD). It is a regulation characterized by significant fines for non-compliance since its implementation in 2018.

How to avoid issues with virtual machines

Virtualization comes with a wide range of benefits for organizations. It helps cut IT costs and reduces downtime while increasing efficiency and productivity. It also increases the resiliency of networks, primarily when disasters occur, and promotes more green-friendly operations.

However, using virtual machines also comes with a set of downsides. Information security may get compromised, workloads mixed up, separation duties lost, among other issues. It is vital to know how you can get over these problems, and that’s what this article will discuss.

Let’s get started.


Stay up to date with all the news from UDS ENTERPRISE through our social networks. Follow us!

Skip to content