Zero Complexity, Zero-Touch Cloud Management with Pano Logic's Zero Clients
September 05, 2012
Harassed IT managers need to constantly manage and monitor endpoints and servers, and while administrators have their hands full with managing desktop security, IT organizations are trying to frantically escape costly PC-based computing environments. Despite this, however, they still want to retain flexibility. This is all rather nerve-wracking to say the very least.
Don’t worry just yet, though; help is just around the corner with Pano Logic (News - Alert), the provider of zero client desktop virtualization, claiming to be well-positioned to remove these bottlenecks with its Pano System for Cloud/Terminal Services 2.0.
By expanding its platform compatibility to include terminal services, Pano Logic claims to provide the only true zero client endpoint device on the market that can support all three major computing platforms, with no maintenance or configuration to worry about.
“Pano Logic is out front in helping organizations prepare for the future. Our technology leads the marketplace with a simple, cost-effective migration path to the cloud and the first universal, zero client endpoint that is fully compatible with multiple server-based desktop computing vendors,” said John Kish, president and CEO at Pano Logic.
The zero clients consume 97 percent less power than PCs, 50 percent less power than thin clients or other so-called zero clients, never store data or run software locally, eliminating endpoint security risks while also enabling fully centralized management.
Pano Zero Clients makes it easy to function as endpoints for any form of server-hosted desktop, and organizations can now deliver a broad range of end user desktops through the cloud. The advantage here is that it still provides easy migration to Windows legacy applications.
“Desktop computing is increasingly moving into the cloud but organizations still need flexibility to meet a mix of end user needs and desires today while laying a foundation for the future,” Kish added.
This new reveal reportedly expands customer choices, enablind Pano Zero Clients to work with any server-hosted desktop computing solution, including Microsoft (News - Alert) and Citrix. Furthermore, administrators can easily monitor Pano Zero and Virtual Clients using the free Pano Cloud portal from anywhere and anytime they choose to.
This new software release additionally enables IT managers to monitor and manage their Pano endpoints and cloud servers from any Internet-connected browser worldwide.
Pano Logic has launched a single management console to deploy, control and secure both endpoints and cloud desktops, ultimately allowing users to access resources through the Chrome browser, effectively eliminating the need to have a local operating system running and a CPU.
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Edited by Allison Boccamazzo