Desktop Virtualization has become an industry of its own in the past year, and as demand for desktop virtualization technologies grows, so does the flexibility of available solutions.
ThinPoint by NetLeverage is one of the leading desktop virtualization solutions, actively gaining momentum in the past few years. I've spent a few days testing ThinPoint and truly believe it deserves your attention if you're looking for a Windows-oriented desktop virtualization solution.
There are typically two challenges for any desktop virtualization solution: how to effectively virtualize desktops while achieving the highest virtual-to-physical ratio and how to provide the best remote access experience possible. Ideally, your users shouldn't even notice the virtual nature of their desktop environments. When it comes to ThinPoint desktop virtualization, it gains advantage by providing a number of innovative solutions in the remote access space.
Desktop Virtualization with ThinPoint
ThinPoint offers a Windows-oriented desktop virtualization – it needs a Windows host and it supports only Windows-based virtual desktops at this stage. The really nice thing about ThinPoint approach is that you don't need an enterprise infrastructure to start using it: neither server-grade hardware nor server editions of Windows OS are required. In addition to this, you can access your virtual desktops from Linux clients, so if you are a Linux-based software development company, ThinPoint can help you by providing easy and fast access to centralized Windows virtual desktops.