RES Software and eG Innovations Join Forces to Transform Enterprise Desktop Environments
March 01, 2012
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RES Software, a provider of dynamic desktop solutions, announced a strategic partnership with eG Innovations. The collaboration takes eG Innovations’ expertise in identifying performance bottlenecks in complex VDI environments, and combines it with the flexibility of the desktop personalization and context aware capabilities of RES Software.

When pooled together, these two functions relieve challenges associated with multi-location performance, improve IT efficiency and reduce costs of managing today’s complex hybrid desktop environments that often include a mix of devices and delivery platforms.

By combining technology from RES Software and eG Innovations, enterprises will benefit from:

- A more predictable, reliable and secure user experience

- Maximum user productivity due to consistent performance of VDI environments

- Improved management of dynamic desktop environments

- Personalized and compliant desktops for users across multiple devices, providing more flexibility for mobile workers

- A framework to quickly resolve VDI issues that impact both performance and usability

“As enterprises investigate VDI as a viable technology for their organization, the impact on the user experience and overall performance are two key critical elements considered. Many times, introducing new technologies creates a hybrid desktop environment that can be even more challenging for IT to manage. Together, RES Software and eG Innovations give enterprises the confidence to know that users won’t experience disruption by the move virtual desktops, and they can fully take advantage of the flexibility and mobility offered by VDI,” said Tony Falsone, virtualization practice director at FusionStorm. “We see tremendous value in this joint offering, and our customers stand to benefit greatly from pairing these two technologies as they initiate upcoming desktop transformation projects.”

This partnership will appeal to enterprises who wish to enhance the end user experience; especially those who are deploying virtualized desktop solutions or application delivery infrastructures. RES Software and eG innovations’ partnership will benefit organizations of all sizes, even those with mixed IT environments.

“The collaboration between RES Software and eG Innovations is focused on meeting the operational needs of the end user via enhanced performance and security,” said Gene Bonacci, VP channels and strategic alliances, RES Software. “The complementary capabilities of RES Software and eG Innovations demonstrate essential components of a well-architected desktop transformation solution. This solution helps customers create momentum and broader adoption of new desktop capabilities and leads to a better return on investment.”

“The RES Software vision of delivering dynamic desktop solutions and simplifying management tools is very similar to our beliefs of how businesses should manage their performance management solutions, so it was a welcome opportunity to work together to help organizations navigate today’s complex hybrid desktop environments,” said Rick Ruskin, VP sales at eG Innovations. “By pooling the best resources from both companies, ultimately our customers and end users will reap the benefits.”

On March 21, 2012, RES Software and eG Innovations are hosting a joint webinar to discuss how enterprises can transform their desktop solutions to reduce costs, improve reliability and provide better user productivity. Entitled Desktop Transformation Success: Delivering user satisfaction and productivity in hybrid desktop environments, the webinar will be led by desktop transformation experts Jeff Fisher, vice president strategy of RES Software and Rick Ruskin of eG Innovations.

Click here to register for the webinar

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