While remote and virtual desktops can offer many advantages to your organization, these technologies can also pose some new challenges. For example:
- Some applications can’t be virtualized well or at all
- Some users want special access to feeds, apps, and services, and you want to run those (and just those) locally in one session
- You want to give users the flexibility to use their own PCs (BYOPC) without adding risk to your environment
- The heavy applications that you need to keep your business running make it impossible to implement widespread desktop virtualization
Luckily, RES Virtual Desktop Extender (VDX) provides organizations the unique ability to seamlessly enhance remote and virtual desktops with applications that run locally, making use of the underlying processing power, graphic capabilities and peripherals of the local computer. These applications are merged into remote or virtual desktops seamlessly — side-by-side remote applications — in a single desktop experience.
Using VDX, you can deliver a single workspace for end users, while optimizing the local computing resource on an application-by-application basis. For your end users this means increased productivity, as they no longer need to switch between sessions on the remote and local desktop.