Top 5 articles on VDI technology of the year 2021

by | Jan 10, 2022

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After the Christmas holidays, we return to our blog posts, looking back and reviewing the most read news during the year that just ended. As you may know, the main topic we deal with is desktop virtualization (VDI), although we also echo articles on virtualization in general, cybersecurity or Open Source that may be interesting for our audience. The news about our UDS Enterprise VDI software, virtual applications and remote access take on special prominence, as well as the announcements related to our partner channel and our technological alliances.

Here is the Top 5 of the five most visited posts on our blog in 2021:

  1. How to enable multi-factor authentication in UDS Enterprise. This article explains the different ways to implement a double or multiple factor authentication system in UDS Enterprise. More and more organizations are deciding to shield user access to corporate resources, and therefore, it is not surprising that this has been the most widely read article of all the published during the past year.

  2. Easy management of workplaces in seven islands with UDS Enterprise VDI. The case study of the Diputación del Común de Canarias is a clear example of how a government agency can obtain great benefits by implementing our desktop virtualization solution. This project led by our partner Velorcios Group has allowed them to centralize the management of workplaces on all the islands of the Canary archipelago and strengthen the security of their systems.

  3. Grupo Solutia becomes a Gold Partner of UDS Enterprise. Grupo Solutia’s decision to obtain the highest level of partnership as UDS Enterprise distributors has had a great reach, slipping into the third position of our 2021 ranking. In this post they highlight the potential of our VDI software to help organizations of all sectors to implement remote working with a cost-effective tool that adapts to the needs of any project.

  4. Desktops accessible from anywhere with UDS Enterprise VDI. Our client Hispalco relates in this case of success its experience with our solution, used by the entire staff. By using virtual desktops as a daily work tool in the office, they were able to establish remote working quickly, easily and safely at the onset of the pandemic. Later, they added remote access to the computers located in the offices, thus offering a more complete user experience when employees need to work remotely.

  5. Direct access to UDS Enterprise from Google Workspace. The integration of these two solutions allows users to access their virtual desktops, applications or remote computers available through UDS Enterprise directly from the Gmail interface. By establishing the single sign-on between the two services, the two-factor authentication defined for the Google service is applied directly to UDS Enterprise accesses.

With this interesting compilation, we start the year 2022, with the firm intention of improving day by day to continue offering quality content to our followers. Ultimately, it is about helping all our readers to get the most out of VDI technology and to drive the digital transformation of organizations.



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