Webinar: Solving the consolidation conundrum
Thursday, 25th May 2017
Webinar: Infor SunSystems tips and tricks – Query & Analysis – demonstration reports
Friday, 12th May 2017
Webinar: Infor SunSystems v6 tips and tricks – Business Unit administration
Thursday, 11th May 2017
TouchstoneFMS Infor SunSystems User Day 2017
Wednesday, 19th April 2017
This infrastructure needs to be consistently available, widely scalable, readily manageable and highly secure.
Helping our customers streamline and future-proof their technology investment, our infrastructure solutions encompass:
It removes the need for local installation of the applications. All application data is permanently stored on the virtual application server. Whichever software is needed is either streamed or locally cached from the application server on demand and run locally.
There are many compelling reasons for businesses to consider the introduction of a thin client or virtual computing model, built upon the latest Remote Desktop Services (RDS) technology in Microsoft’s Windows server 2008 R2/2012 and other deployment technologies such as Citrix.
The benefits include:
We can provide advice on the most suitable process for server consolidation, including:
We recommend servers that are configured with proven, best-of-breed software products to provide the most comprehensive business continuity solution available. Having the optimum combination of products allows us to duplicate the production IT infrastructure, replicate data in real time and deploy applications to any user in any location.
Applications residing on this business continuity infrastructure can be deployed to users using Windows 2008 R2/2012 Remote Desktop Services (RDS), or Terminal Services for older applications that are not supported on Windows 2008 R2/2012.
RDS securely deploys virtually any application to any PC or laptop based at any location, through a web browser using low bandwidth links or the internet. Alternatively, existing Citrix licenses can be used for this component of the service.