AppliDis Fusion 4 - Virtualization
Product Overview

With client virtualization, a user’s entire PC environment executes on a shared server or dedicated blade client in the data center, with the graphical display output to a remote access device. The advantage of client virtualization is that it provides higher data security, easier manageability, decreases end-user downtime, and ensures business continuity.

This is because instead of managing individual systems that are located hither and yon, IT groups can manage them in a centralized location. Keeping track of the devices themselves and ensuring they’re kept secure has lent impetus to the move to client virtualization. Client virtualization can be maximized by using an inexpensive thin client device for the end-user display and interaction. Compared to traditional PCs, thin clients can be more reliable with no moving parts to break, and more secure with no local disk storage. This can reduce the cost per employee end-user device significantly — the hardware is less expensive, and they typically use less energy, take up less space, and require less help desk support.
The industry's first combined application and desktop virtualisation solution

AppliDis Fusion 4 can deliver applications and desktops as a service
A single web console enables administrators to manage servers, applications, software licenses and access permissions, as well as create and manage virtual machines hosting a variety of operating systems which can all be delivered to hundreds of users across the enterprise with a single mouse click.
  • Deliver applications and desktops as a service
  • Give users Web 2.0 experience
  • Simplify day-to-day administration
Optimise your printing by using a centralised environment

AppliDis ezPrint (formerly AppliDis Universal Printer)
Is the ideal solution for your printing needs in a centralised environment.

With the market-leading performance of its universal driver, AppliDis ezPrint allows you to solve all your printing problems in a simple and efficient way. Printing in a centralised environment will be as easy and as quick as in a standard environment.
  • Fast processing due to highly-compressed print flows
  • All local and remote printers handled
  • Management and restart of suspended print jobs