November’s most-read VDI news on our blog

by | Dec 1, 2021

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Last November, our blog registered a large number of visits. More and more readers interested in desktop virtualization (VDI) entered our website to learn about this sector's current news.

The compatibility of our UDS Enterprise software with Windows 11 for VDI was the article that aroused the most interest among our community. It explains that our broker for virtualization of desktops, applications, and remote access to machines now allows managing and deploying virtual desktops with the new Microsoft operating system. Users can also employ any Windows 11 device to utilize their remote desktop services with UDS Enterprise.

Second is the announcement of the UDS Enterprise 3.5 Beta release. This version is only available to UDS Enterprise subscribers and partners. Its main new features include compatibility with Amazon Web Services, Nutanix Prism Central, the incorporation of Wake-on-LAN technology natively, and the possibility of remote access to macOS computers thanks to NoMachine NX support.

Finally, the ranking of the most-read posts in November is closed by the case study of the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville. Thanks to adopting application virtualization technology with UDS Enterprise, this university center has obtained great benefits. automation of IT tasks, centralized management and the possibility of enabling a secure and efficient remote working system are just some of them.

You can consult the full articles by clicking on the following links:

The UDS Enterprise VDI broker is compatible with Windows 11

UDS Enterprise 3.5 Beta available exclusively for clients

UPO adopts eLearning and remote working with UDS Enterprise



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