With Smart Business Desktop Cloud, IBM wants to standardize the service of virtual office

December 29, 2009 at 8:28 am Leave a comment

Technology – IBM tries a blow on the market of Cloud Computing by proposing a complete service of virtualisation of office D? users, with the help of a month’s subscription. An offer bound for large and medium businesses in the United States and in Europe.

IBM has just presented Smart Business Desktop Cloud, service of virtualisation of office which will be available has to leave D `October. Proposed service creation D `an image of the office D `a user with his applications who will be then hebergee on waiters IBM bases in North Carolina and Germany.

L `employed will have access has its workspace since a navigator Internet on N `imports which computer. target the large ones and medium businesses having data-processing environments enough standardize, as the centers D `call for example. The tariff of month’s subscription N `was not precise but it one knows qu `it will have to be subscribed for a minimum of 50 work stations and that the prices will depend on the quantity of resources allouee.

Jusqu `now, IBM proposed such solutions on a case-by-case basis, but not in manner standardisee. And on the assumption or certain companies do not wish that their virtual offices are points of disjunction has outside, IBM will propose the same service by establishing the waiters on site. (Eureka Press)


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