In the second place, we find the IMDEA Materials Case Study, a well-known public research center that has opted for virtual desktops as a service with UDS Enterprise. This solution allows them to deliver a personalized workplace to each new employee in a matter of minutes and without having to make investments in hardware or licenses. In the second phase of the project, they have expanded their environment and turned it into a hybrid infrastructure that integrates the desktops in DaaS format, on-premise, and remote access to the computers located in the offices.
In February, the Top 3 of our blog is closed by the news about the option to access UDS Enterprise services through macOS devices using RDP connection clients. This new development makes it possible to enable connections through FreeRDP and Microsoft Remote Desktop to Windows and Linux virtual desktops managed and deployed by UDS Enterprise VDI.
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