RTO Virtual Profiles
The next step in virtualization: User data.
RTO Virtual ProfilesTM provides a more productive, consistent user desktop experience, while reducing IT infrastructure cost, and lowering total desktop management costs.
Up until now existing technology has constrained user configurations, and the amounts and location of their data. Enhancing user access and data flexibility up to now has been a labor and technology-intensive experience.
Typical enterprise IT challenges addressing these issues include:
- Profile corruption and user data loss
- Negative impact on IT resources:
- Load on Domain Controllers and the network; especially during logon; and
- Server resource use from multiple, concurrent logons
- Negative impact on the user: slow logons!
As demands for virtual desktop computing grow more intense, the problems surrounding lengthy logon times, over-stressed IT infrastructure and staff and data integrity are growing more complex. But they don't have to be. RTO puts an end to all the complexity with RTO Virtual ProfilesTM.Key features of RTO Virtual ProfilesTM include the following:
Delivers Faster Logons - Each time a user logs on to a system, RTO Virtual ProfilesTM automatically accesses and synchronizes the user's data, settings and policies. By radically re-engineering this process, Virtual Profiles streamlines all related actions, eliminating delays during logons.
Eliminates Profile Corruption & Data Loss Problems - By automatically tracking file and registry changes per session, RTO Virtual ProfilesTM permits individual users to be logged onto multiple sessions (when that is needed) at the same time, without registry or profile corruption that is often seen with roaming profiles. Profile changes are saved in real-time eliminating the danger of users losing data.
Reduces IT Infrastructure Costs - Virtual Profiles reduces both network traffic and Domain Controller loads by only provisioning user data and profile data when it's required. Faster logons also reduce server loads from "abandoned", concurrent sessions.
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