Some days ago, we announced on our blog that it is now possible to deploy Windows 11 virtual desktops with UDS Enterprise , our connection broker for VDI, application virtualization and remote access to devices. Today we confirm our software’s compatibility with the latest version of another Microsoft technology, in this case, to manage and deliver both virtual desktops and virtualized applications to users: Windows Server 2022.
Thanks to the work of our development team, the stable version of the UDS Enterprise connection broker supports Windows 11; Microsoft’s latest update, which was released on October 5.
Data makes the world go round, like knowing it is an incredibly powerful resource. Data can make or break organizations, businesses, and even countries. With data, we can make sound decisions and powerful predictions.
Protecting your data has always been an important habit in this world of digital supremacy. There have been different programs, tools, and companies dedicated to doing so in different ways.
There are many methods to protect your data and make sure it is never lost. From copying your files to a spare computer to uploading them to a cloud. Backing up data is nothing new, but that doesn’t mean it is no longer necessary.
Application virtualization (vApp) is gaining ground in IT infrastructures from many organizations. To all the advantages of desktop virtualization (VDI), adds the simplicity of providing access only to the applications users need. UDS Enterprise is fully compatible with this technology. This popular software for VDI, vApp and remote access to physical and virtual machines allows centralized and automated deployment and management of Windows and Linux virtual applications.
To facilitate the implementation of this type of Windows solutions, the UDS Enterprise team has developed a complete manual that describes step by step how to deploy and configure a Windows virtual application platform with UDS Enterprise 3.0.
Schools, high-schools, universities, academies… the entire Education sector is immersed in a stage of innovation that necessarily implies adapting hybrid models, face-to-face and digital, which allow keeping on learning regardless of the place where both students and teachers are.