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Try Teradici All Access For Desktop Virtualization

Posted by Katie Callahan on Dec 19, 2018 9:54:10 AM

Just Right for PCoIP Desktops

PCoIP, or PC over IP, is a high performance, virtualization computer display protocol used to speedily deliver rich content to desktops. Teradici's PCoIP uses advanced compression to provide end users with cloud-based virtual machines. PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint by compressing and encrypting pixels to end-user devices. More than 10 million endpoints (mostly desktop and notebook PCs) use PCoIP.

NCS is a close partner with Teradici. NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no private information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

Teradici All Access For Desktop Virtualization

Posted by Katie Callahan on Nov 20, 2018 9:32:06 AM

Sound Strategy for Desktop Virtualization

PCoIP is short for PC over IP and is a high performance computer display protocol used to speedily deliver rich content to desktops using virtualization technology. PCoIP was developed by Teradici and uses advanced compression to provide end users with cloud-based virtual machines as a convenient alternative to local computers. NCS Technologies has long been a close partner with Teradici. NCS especially likes that PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint by compressing and encrypting pixels to end-user devices. More than 10 million endpoints use PCoIP.

NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

VMUG UserCon Is Today in Atlanta

Posted by Katie Callahan on Oct 30, 2018 9:47:01 AM

Desktop Virtualization Portfolio at Table 30

The Atlanta area VMware User Group will meet today at the Westin Buckhead, 3391 Peachtree Road NE.  NCS is focused on the benefits delivered by desktop virtualization. Stop by the NCS booth and talk to Matt Cooke about the NCS desktop portfolio. 

Matt will be talking to IT administrators and users about the comparative benefits of thin clients and zero clients and filling in the background on various remote display protocols. Matt has all the updates on how zero client virtualization of client desktops help improve manageability, reduce cost of ownership and improve security.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, vmware, PCoIP

NCS Recommends Teradici All Access For Desktops

Posted by Katie Callahan on Oct 29, 2018 2:30:42 PM

Sound Strategy for Desktop Virtualization

NCS works closely with Teradici, the creator of PCoIP desktop virtualization technology. PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint. This technology compresses, encrypts and rapidly transports pixels to end-user devices. More than 10 million endpoints use PCoIP.

NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

Atlanta VMUG UserCon Is Tuesday

Posted by Katie Callahan on Oct 29, 2018 9:48:57 AM

Desktop Virtualization Portfolio at Table 30

The Atlanta area VMware User Group expo will be held Tuesday at the Westin Buckhead, 3391 Peachtree Road NE.  NCS is focused on the benefits delivered by desktop virtualization. Stop by the NCS booth and talk to Matt Cooke about the NCS desktop portfolio. 

Matt will be talking to IT administrators and users about the comparative benefits of thin clients and zero clients and filling in the background on various remote display protocols. Matt has all the updates on how zero client virtualization of client desktops help improve manageability, reduce cost of ownership and improve security.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, vmware, PCoIP

Chicago VMUG UserCon Today

Posted by Katie Callahan on Oct 3, 2018 1:20:40 PM

Cirrus DT WiFi & Strong Security Are Areas of Interest

The Chicago area VMware User Group Expo is today at the Chicago Marriott O'Hare, 8535 West Higgins Road.  At this VMware and virtualization event, NCS focuses on the benefits of desktop virtualization. If you are in the area and are interesting in virtualizing your workspace, Matt Cooke from NCS is on hand at the booth. 

Matt reports that  IT administrators attending this event are strong interested in desktop security strategies and are particularly intrigued with the NCS Cirrus DT WiFi portable desktop device.

There are also many discussions being held about the security benefits of PCoIP-enabled zero clients. Matt is talking in-depth about how to improve manageability, reduce cost of ownership and improve security through PCoIP-enabled desktop virtualization.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, vmware, PCoIP

Chicago VMUG UserCon This Week

Posted by Katie Callahan on Oct 2, 2018 9:08:41 AM

NCS To Display Full Desktop Virtualization Portfolio

The Chicago area VMware User Group expo will be held Wednesday at the Chicago Marriott O'Hare, 8535 West Higgins Road.  NCS is focused on the benefits of desktop virtualization. Stop by the NCS booth and talk to Matt Cooke about the many benefits of virtualization at the desktop. 

 IT administrators are asking about the benefits of thin clients and zero clients and background on various remote display protocols. Matt has all the updates on how zero client virtualization of client desktops helps improve manageability, reduce cost of ownership and improve security.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, vmware, PCoIP

Teradici All Access Complements NCS Desktop Virtualization

Posted by Katie Callahan on Sep 10, 2018 2:31:56 PM

Software and Hardware Endpoints for Virtualization

NCS works closely with Teradici, the creator of PCoIP desktop virtualization technology. PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint. This technology compresses, encrypts and rapidly transports pixels to end-user devices. More than 10 million endpoints use PCoIP.

NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

VMworld 2018 Focuses on Security & Manageability

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 29, 2018 2:42:04 PM

Busy Closing Day at NCS Booth #1047

The VMworld 2018 Conference enters the final day with keynotes and many breakout sessions focusing on improving security and reducing administrative complexity. At the booth, NCS is promoting its leading portfolio of desktop virtualization solutions.

NCS is the world leader in PCoIP zero client technology products.  NCS zero clients are widely installed in many government and commercial settings. Our customers are sold on demonstrated manageability improvements, lower cost of ownership and improved security.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, vmware, PCoIP, vmworld

Security is a Leading Topic at VMworld

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 28, 2018 3:31:29 PM

See You at NCS Booth #1047

The VMworld 2018 Conference enters Day Two with one of its largest virtualization-focused events to date. More than 21,000 visitors were in attendance yesterday, coming from 85 countries. Held again this year at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas, the event has keynotes and many breakout sessions focusing on improving security and reducing administrative complexity.

Sunday night, Monday and today, NCS Booth #1047 has seen a steady stream of visitors eager to learn more about how our leading desktop virtualization solution addresses these key issues. At the booth, NCS is also promoting rugged server and storage solutions that fit into a larger VDI implementation.

NCS is the world leader in productizing PCoIP zero client technology. On the booth are Matt Cooke, Mike Turicchi and John Callahan, who are demonstrating laptop zero clients along with a variety of desktop implementations. NCS zero clients are widely installed in many government and commercial settings. Our customers are sold on our solutions and our ability to improve manageability, drive down cost of ownership and improving security.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, vmware, PCoIP, vmworld