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Stockholm, April 14, 2010 – HPtodayintroduced its client infrastructure portfolio to redesignclientcomputing environments to simplify management, increasesecurityand enhance the user experience.
Today’s workershave a diverse range of computing requirementsacross devices,applications, mobility and performance needs. Assuch, technologyteams are challenged to deliver servicesefficiently andcost-effectively across this heterogeneousenvironment.
According to anindependent report from Forrester Research Inc.,"Beginning in 2010but flourishing over the long term, the‘corporate desktop’ will nolonger be a physical machine but avirtual image that users willaccess from whatever device is mostconvenient at that time in thatparticular location. Users will beable to complete all of theiractivities (work and personal) fromthe same device without securitycompromises."(1)
WithPC refreshesand operating system migrations on the horizon, thetime has neverbeen better to strategically rethink clientarchitecture design.
Thenew HP Client InfrastructureServicesportfoliosimplifiesmanagement and increases workerproductivity while mitigatingbusiness risk. HP develops a strategywith end-user segmentation,takes a lifecycle approach to change,and advises a hybrid designmodel that includes a mix of new andtraditional PCs, virtualdesktops, application virtualization andmore.
NewHP ClientStrategy Services take a business value approach toclientarchitecture strategy and planning to accelerate thetransformationand ensure a business case with return oninvestment.
HP ClientMigrationServicesspeed themove to new operating systems and ensurea smooth transition withminimal disruption. New servicesinclude:
- End-user Segmentation – Ensures every user receivesanenriched, interactive and personalized experience. HPidentifiescandidates for traditional vs. virtual desktops byanalyzingend-user segments across type, usage scenarios,applications andperformance requirements.
- Application Rationalization – Simplifies managementandreduces costs across the application portfolio;resolvescompatibility issues and finds opportunities for virtualdesktopinfrastructure and application streaming.
- Integrated Client Management – Speeds deploymentandreduces time spent on ongoing management by automatingthemigration to virtual or traditional clients along with therefreshof devices and software updates.
"HP’sknowledgeand practical experience helped us smoothly transition toWindows 7to meet our goal of maximum user functionality managedwith aminimum of resources," said Wim Vanhoof, manager ofInformation andCommunication Infrastructure at De Persgroep, aleading mediacompany in Belgium. "The new virtual applicationstreamingenvironment enables employees to be more productive andensures thatfuture acquisitions can be readily integrated withinthe desktoparchitecture."
HP ClientVirtualizationServiceshelp clientsrealize the benefits of virtualizationfaster with expert servicestargeting client, storage and servertechnologies from HP, VMware,Citrix and Microsoft.
Updates to thesolution portfolio include the HP ProLiant WS460cG6Workstation Blade,which is a dedicated remote client that providesthe performanceand scalability for high-end 3D visualizationprojects demanded bymanufacturing and oil and gas industries. Newgraphics capabilitiescombined with enhanced memory per bladeenhance the userexperience.
Simplifiedmanagement for HP Thin Clients:
- HPTeemTalk7.2– End userseliminate redundantkeystrokes and can easily automate complex taskswith advancedfeatures like programmable soft buttons, keyboardre-mapping andprogrammable toolbars. Clients gain more productivitywith"one-click" screen navigation and multiregional officesseamlesslysupport Chinese language communication to more than twoserialdevices.
- HP DeviceManager(HPDM)–Acceleratedimplementation and upgrades through silentinstallation,automation, and backup and recovery, savingadministratorssignificant time to roll out and configure largedeployments forremote locations and remote console access. Thenetwork also offersflexibility to identify new thin clients foreasymanagement.
"HPcan helporganizations address today’s desktop managementchallenges to gainback control and delight the end user," saidAlan Wilson, vicepresident, Infrastructure Consulting, HP. "HPdelivers theindustry’s broadest client infrastructure portfolioaround theworld, covering end-user devices, applications andoperationsmanagement, and technology infrastructure."
Moreinformationabout the HP Client Infrastructure Services portfoliois availableat www.hp.com/services/clientinfrastructure.
För ytterligare information,vänligenkontakta:
Magnus Ottosson, landschef TechnologyConsulting, HPSverige, tel: 08- 524 91672
Gunilla Lundqvist, informationschef, HPSverige, tel:08-524 90 400
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- "Predictions 2010:ClientVirtualization," Forrester Research, Inc.,January2010.
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