UDS 3.0, remote working in Healthcare & Raspberry Pi 400

by | Dec 2, 2020

During November, our blog has received countless visits from users interested in delving into the news published about our software and on the most outstanding topics related to remote working, eLearning, virtualization and Open Source.

The announcement of the new UDS Enterprise 3.0 version tops the list of the most read articles this month. This publication includes the main enhancements incorporated into this software for virtualization of desktops, applications and remote access to physical and virtual machines.

The Case Study of the Los Arcos del Mar Menor General University Hospital is the second post that has aroused the most interest among our followers. It explains the keys of the VDI project in this health center that, thanks to UDS Enterprise, was able to successfully implement an efficient remote working system to comply with the social distancing requirements derived from the pandemic.

This month Top 3 is closed by the article that talks about the new Raspberry Pi 400, a compact keyboard with its motherboard integrated. This low-cost device is compatible with UDS Enterprise, so it can be used as connection client to Windows and Linux desktops and applications deployed and managed by this VDI broker.

In the following links you can consult the full articles of our November ranking:

The new version of the VDI broker UDS Enterprise 3.0 is out!

Remote working for healthcare professionals with UDS VDI

Raspberry Pi 400: a VDI connection client for $70

For more information about the UDS Enterprise broker VDI, you can contact our team at [email protected]

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