Virtual Servers and Desktops
Eliminate Expensive Hardware Upgrades. Finally and Forever.
It used to be that to achieve and maintain a reliable, stable, secure and fast-running network, you would have to upgrade your server at least every 3 – 4 years at a cost of thousands of dollars per upgrade, and your desktops at the same frequency. Until now.
Thanks to TAG’s virtual server solution, instead of purchasing server hardware, your programs and data are hosted on a highly secure “super server” (also called a data center) online. These servers have huge amounts of storage space and power that no small business could ever fully utilize. The data center then “rents” a portion of the space, power and software licenses to multiple businesses, giving you top of the line resources at a fraction of the cost.
All you need is an internet connection and you’re in business.
Eliminate the need for costly, expensive-to-maintain desktops. A virtual desktop means that a user’s desktop environment (icons, wallpaper, windows, folders, toolbars, etc) is stored remotely on a server, rather than on a local PC.
Desktop virtualization delivers on-demand desktops to users for anytime, anywhere, any device access. Which means your employees can do business from multiple devices such as their home PC, a smart phone or an iPad.
From an IT perspective, virtual desktops help reduce the time it takes to provision new desktops, and they also help to decrease desktop management and support costs. Experts estimate that maintaining and managing PC hardware and software accounts for 50 to 70 percent of the total cost of ownership (TCO) of a typical PC. Companies often turn to virtual desktops to cut these IT labor costs.
Since everything is centrally managed, stored and secured, virtual desktops eliminate the need to install, update and patch applications, back up files, and scan for viruses on individual client devices. Desktop virtualization also helps to streamline management of software assets.