The student Daniel González Santos, from the IES Virgen de la Paloma in Madrid decided to use UDS Enterprise for his undergraduate final project because “it supports multiple methods of authentication, multiple hypervisors and communication protocols simultaneously, and allows deploying remote desktops and virtual applications”. In addition, according to his project “it is observed that the application continues to improve constantly and has a rich documentation material.”
González has had the help of the UDS Enterprise team to run his VDI lab with UDS Enterprise so that he could prepare the corresponding project and present it to the defense committee by performing a live demonstration. “I am immensely grateful for the support I received from the entire UDS Enterprise team, without their help it would not have been possible,” he says.
The result of his work could not have been better. Daniel has obtained a grade of 10 with honor, and hence he became a Superior Technician of Information Systems Management in the Network.
“Undoubtedly, thanks to the knowledge gained during the development of my project, I feel able to implement this great solution in any company for which I would work and recommend VirtualCable as an excellent company of trust,” Daniel González concludes.