Flexible (flex) Computing for Dummies (2 of 5)

Dell’s Juan Vega continues his five-part series on Flexible Computing, and in this very short video gives just a glimpse of what he’ll cover in the last three videos in the series.

Dell offers customers three main client virtualization solutions, which are outlined below with links to pages where you can read more detail.

They are:

On Demand Desktop Streaming (ODDS): designed for stationary environments where control of manageability and data security (without sacrificing end-user computing experience or productivity) are critical. It’s ideal for office staff, government agencies, school labs and campus computing centers;

Virtual Remote Desktop (VRD): delivers centralized control of client/end-user data for IT managers while enabling common remote end-user needs. It’s ideal for medical, healthcare and education environments; and,

Dedicated Remote Workstation (DRW): delivers a world-class remote access solution. IT Managers retain centralized control of end user data and network security while delivering the most advanced levels of graphics applications and workstation-class performance. It’s designed for environments where real estate may be limited or restrictive, and end users receive secure access to all their data and advanced graphics applications, even though the datacenter may be centrally housed at a physically different location across the room or across the world.

Let’s take a look.

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