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NCS At Nashville VMUG Event

Posted by Katie Callahan on Oct 17, 2019 7:00:00 AM

Desktop Virtualization Key Focus at User Group Show Today

The VMware User Group convenes in Nashville today at the Music City Center.

VMware user group meetings give professionals the opportunity to connect with hundreds of other users, attend educational sessions and get an inside look at VMware and partner products and services. At this event, NCS is focused on the benefits delivered by desktop virtualization. Make plans to stop by today and talk to Matt Cooke and John Callahan about  NCS' complete desktop portfolio.

NCS staff are meeting with IT administrators and users about the comparative benefits of thin clients and zero clients and filling in the background on various remote display protocols. NCS 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, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware

Nashville VMUG Opens Thursday

Posted by Katie Callahan on Oct 14, 2019 10:30:36 AM

NCS Promotes Desktop Virtualization Solutions

The VMware User Group Expo's next stop is in Nashville on Thursday at the Music City Center, 201 5th Avenue South. VMware user group meetings give professionals the opportunity to connect with hundreds of other users, attend educational sessions and get an inside look at VMware and partner products and services. At this VMUG User Con, NCS is focused on the benefits delivered by desktop virtualization. Make plans now to attend VMUG this week and talk to Matt Cooke and John Callahan about  NCS' complete desktop portfolio.

NCS staff will meet with IT administrators and users about the comparative benefits of thin clients and zero clients and filling in the background on various remote display protocols. NCS 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, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware

Virtualization at Atlanta VMUG

Posted by Katie Callahan on Oct 2, 2019 9:00:00 AM

See NCS for Desk Virtualization Solutions

The VMware User Group Expo's next stop is in Atlanta today at the Hyatt Regency, 265 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta. These user group meetings give professionals the opportunity to connect with hundreds of VMware users, attend educational sessions and get an inside look at VMware and partner products and services. At this VMUG User Con, NCS is focused on the benefits delivered by desktop virtualization. Make plans now to attend VMUG and talk to Matt Cooke and John Callahan about  NCS' complete desktop portfolio. 

NCS staff will meet with IT administrators and users about the comparative benefits of thin clients and zero clients and filling in the background on various remote display protocols. NCS 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, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware

Atlanta VMUG Opens Wednesday

Posted by Katie Callahan on Sep 30, 2019 8:36:15 AM

NCS Promotes Desktop Virtualization Solutions

The VMware User Group Expo's next stop is in Atlanta on Wednesday at the Hyatt Regency, 265 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta. VMware user group meetings give professionals the opportunity to connect with hundreds of other users, attend educational sessions and get an inside look at VMware and partner products and services. At this VMUG User Con, NCS is focused on the benefits delivered by desktop virtualization. Make plans now to attend VMUG this week and talk to Matt Cooke and John Callahan about  NCS' complete desktop portfolio.

NCS staff will meet with IT administrators and users about the comparative benefits of thin clients and zero clients and filling in the background on various remote display protocols. NCS 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, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware

Join NCS at Atlanta VMUG

Posted by Katie Callahan on Sep 27, 2019 10:26:57 AM

See NCS for Desk Virtualization Solutions

The VMware User Group Expo's next stop is in Atlanta next week at the Hyatt Regency, 265 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta. These user group meetings give professionals the opportunity to connect with hundreds of VMware users, attend educational sessions and get an inside look at VMware and partner products and services. At this VMUG User Con, NCS is focused on the benefits delivered by desktop virtualization. Make plans now to attend VMUG and talk to Matt Cooke and John Callahan about  NCS' complete desktop portfolio.

NCS staff will meet with IT administrators and users about the comparative benefits of thin clients and zero clients and filling in the background on various remote display protocols. NCS 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, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware

Final Day For Exhibits at VMworld

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 28, 2019 10:53:57 AM

NCS Is at Booth #467

VMworld 2019 has one action-packed day remaining at San Francisco's Moscone Center. The exhibitor portion of the event closes later this afternoon. The NCS booth has been very busy since Sunday night. We are highlighting desktop virtualization and the NCS Cirrus brand of Zero Client products, and in addition the thin client solutions from our partner, HP. To set up a meeting today at the booth, please call Matt Cooke at 540-604-3710.

NCS and HP products cover all the "must have" access protocols. Learn how you can improve security and ease your IT administrative complexity. NCS also features HP industry-leading notebook PCs at the booth.

For IT administrators requiring strong security and reduced administrative complexity, NCS recommends Teradici-enabled Zero Clients. Our booth staff is available to describe the many benefits of this technology.

We also feature and sell HP thin clients, including the HP t420 and HP t530 Thin Client, which support the Citrix HDX access protocol. 

Both zero client and thin client technologies are widely implemented and we can describe the many use cases for both.

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Topics: VDI, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware, vmworld

Strong Interest in Desktop Virtualization at VMworld

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 27, 2019 2:01:33 PM

NCS Is at Booth #467

VMworld 2019 is in full swing at San Francisco's Moscone Center through Thursday. The NCS booth is very busy. At VMworld NCS promotes desktop virtualization and its Cirrus brand of Zero Client products, and thin client solutions from our partner, HP. To set up a meeting at the booth, please call Matt Cooke at 540-604-3710.

NCS and HP products cover all the "must have" access protocols. Learn how you can improve security and ease your IT administrative complexity. NCS also features HP industry-leading notebook PCs at the booth.

For Cirrus-branded desktop virtualization, NCS recommends Teradici-enabled Zero Clients and our booth staff is available to describe the benefits of this technology. We also feature and sell HP thin clients, including the HP t420 and HP t530 Thin Client, which support the Citrix HDX access protocol.  Both zero client and thin client technologies are widely implemented and we can describe use cases for both.

With years of customer experience in North America, Europe and Asia, NCS can show how NCS-branded zero clients, based on the Teradici desktop access protocol, helps improve manageability, drive down cost of ownership and improves security. 

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Topics: VDI, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware, vmworld

NCS Promotes Desktop Virtualization at VMworld

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 26, 2019 3:02:47 PM

Join Us at Booth #467

The global virtualization event, VMworld 2019, is in full swing at San Francisco's Moscone Center through Thursday. Please join us at NCS Booth #467. At this annual event NCS focuses on desktop virtualization and its Cirrus brand of Zero Client products, and thin client solutions from our partner, HP. To set up a meeting at the booth, please call Matt Cooke at 540-604-3710.

NCS and HP products cover all the "must have" access protocols. Learn how you can improve security and ease your IT administrative complexity. NCS also features HP industry-leading notebook PCs at the booth.

For Cirrus-branded desktop virtualization, we feature Teradici-enabled zero clients and our booth staff is available to describe the benefits of this technology. We also feature and sell HP thin clients, including the HP t420 and HP t530 Thin Client, which support the Citrix HDX access protocol.  Both zero client and thin client technologies are widely implemented and we can describe use cases for both. On the booth are Matt Cooke and Mike Turicchi, who can demonstrate all the approaches you may wish to implement. 

With years of customer experience in North America, Europe and Asia, NCS can show how NCS-branded zero clients, based on the Teradici desktop access protocol, helps improve manageability, drive down cost of ownership and improves security. 

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Topics: VDI, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware, vmworld

Desktop Virtualization Solutions at VMworld 2019

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 23, 2019 10:20:36 AM

VMworld Kicks Off Next Week in San Francisco

The epicenter of the virtualization ecosystem is the VMworld 2019 conference, August 25-29, 2019. Please join us at NCS Booth #467. Annually this event centered on virtualization in the cloud, in the data center and at the desktop is described as "the best tech conference" and "the best opportunity to network". So why don't you come and network with us and learn all about the key virtualization technologies that will lower your costs and increase your productivity. To set up a meeting at the booth, please call Matt Cooke at 540-604-3710.

NCS offers innovative desktop virtualization solutions both from NCS and HP, covering all the "must have" access protocols. Learn how you can improve security and ease your IT administrative complexity. NCS will also have HP industry-leading notebook PCs at the booth.

For NCS-branded desktop virtualization, we feature Teradici-enabled zero clients and our booth staff is available to describe the benefits of this technology. We also feature and sell HP thin clients, including the HP t420 and HP t530 Thin Client, which support the Citrix HDX access protocol.  Both zero client and thin client technologies are widely implemented and we can describe use cases for both. On the booth are Matt Cooke and Mike Turicchi, who can demonstrate all the approaches you may wish to implement. 

With years of customer experience in North America, Europe and Asia, NCS can show how NCS-branded zero clients, based on the Teradici desktop access protocol, helps improve manageability, drive down cost of ownership and improves security. 

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Topics: VDI, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware, vmworld

Defense Intelligence Agency Worldwide Concludes

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 21, 2019 10:50:02 AM

Visit NCS At Booth #218 in Tampa

Today is the final day for the Defense Intelligence Agency Worldwide Conference at the Tampa Convention Center. 

Hosted by the DIA Director, Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley and DIA Chief Information Officer, Jack Gumtow, the DoDIIS Worldwide Conference is an immersive event designed to bring together a global consortium of IT professionals with shared interests, including the future of IT, information sharing, data and global security.


At this conference, NCS is focused on the benefits delivered by desktop virtualization. Please stop by the NCS Booth #218 and talk to Matt Cooke about  NCS' complete desktop portfolio. NCS will describe the comparative benefits of thin clients and zero clients and filling in the background on various remote display protocols. NCS 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, PCoIP, virtualization, vmware