Desktop Virtualization Right Fit for WFH Needs
NCS Technologies delivers zero client VDI solutions for desktops and mobility that are secure, cost effective and easy to use and administer. Maintaining strong security policies are now even more important as the workforce shifts to Work From Home (WFH) in the era of Covid-19.
NCS is a leading supplier of virtual desktop technologies to the government, military and commercial markets such as healthcare and retail. In the last five years, our desktop and laptop solutions are recognized for their strong security and effortless mobility and portability. As companies more and more implement WFH on a permanent basis, NCS devices powered by Teradici software can help IT managers maintain security and save money.
The Challenge of WFH IT Security
IT managers understand that regular work PCs used in the home are vulnerable to security breaches. It's common that work computers may be used by family members. In addition, a worker may not follow corporate security policies as diligently when working in the home environment.
NCS Zero Clients Meet the Security Test
For many administrators, using zero clients is the best solution. NCS Zero Clients are managed by VMware Horizon software and use the ultra-secure Teradici PCoIP remote display protocol.
NCS Zero Clients have no local OS. The operating system resides in the data center. Therefore, there is no persistent user data, no patches, updates or antivirus software needed. Of the many ways to virtualize at the endpoint, zero clients are proving to be the most effective solution.
More About PCoIP
PCoIP is a high performance computer display protocol used in endpoint VDI. PCoIP from Teradici uses advanced compression to provide end users with rich content from the cloud or data center. PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces to the endpoint by compressing and encrypting pixels. More than 10 million VDI endpoints use PCoIP. NCS partners with Teradici for desktop virtualization. To manage virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends the Teradici All Access Plan.