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  • Why are you looking at desktop virtualization?
  • Cost reduction… equipment, support, software Consolidation into the data centerSecured desktop information at the data centerClaim green
  • So we’ve seen the hype, but what are they really talking about? In simple terms….what is the Cloud…..and what are the benefits to businesses?The key characteristics of Cloud Computing - it is based on a virtualized infrastructure, is designed to be highly scalable and is provisioned as a service. More specifically:-Most clouds are underpinned by “utility billing”…or pay as you go. Think of your electric bill at home where you pay for only what you use. Same with the Cloud.Generally speaking, Cloud resources are unlimited. Great when you are not sure how much compute power or storage you’ll need for a certain workload. It’s good to know its there if you need it!Another key attribute of the cloud is that you can rapidly scale it up or down….depending on your needs. Again paying for only what you need.Most cloud infrastructure is quick and easy to provision and set up to be easy to self-administerSupporting the “self service” nature of the Cloud, there tends to be a lot of automation to make this easy for the userBenefits to the business – what does this mean to the business that implement the Cloud as part of a comprehensive IT strategy Increased agility, lower cost and better use of resources
  • Move the stale desktop market to the cloud just as the server market has happenedDesktone’s cloud DaaS model eliminates cost and complexityDesktop clouds give enterprises the full benefits of VDI, without the costs or risksEnterprises outsource the deployment and operationsDaaS reduces the technical expertise required

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  • 1. ©2009 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    The Mobile Enterprise: Cloud Hosted Virtual Desktops
    David Grant, Vice President Desktone
    July 12, 2011
    Enabling Desktops as a Service™
  • 2. Agenda
    Mobility & Desktop Management Challenges
    The Future of the Desktop
    Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
    Cloud Based Desktops
    Total Cost of Ownership
    Desktone Introduction
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Today’s Presenter
    David Grant
    Desktone
    Vice President
    david.grant@desktone.com
  • 3. ©2009 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Traditional Desktop
    Desktop Virtualization
    & Cloud Overview
  • 4. OS
    Data
    Apps
    Settings
    Preferences
    Desktop Management Today
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Tipping point for change is here...
    Expensive
    Support-heavy
    Insecure
    Migration to Windows 7
    New mobile access
    Tighter IT budgets
    Security
  • 5. The Future of the Desktop
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 6. Four Potential Models for the Desktop
    User
    Desktop
    Virtual
    Mobile
  • 7. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    VDI & Cloud VDI
    Legacy applications
    Application collaboration
    Separation of environments
    Consumer choice
    Familiarity
    Data synchronization
  • 8. ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Desktop Virtualization
    Overview
  • 9. The Promise of Virtual Desktops (VDI)
    Virtual desktops
    Centrally managed
    In IT data center
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    OS
    Data
    Apps
    Settings
    Preferences
    Virtual Desktops
  • 13. … but major BARRIERS exist
    Traditional VDI Reality
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Start upHuge up-front costs
    Many moving partsComplex to design & build
    Operationally intensiveDifficult to maintain
    Is it strategicDo you want to be building and managing data centers
  • 14. Survey Findings
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    * Random sample from 1500+ trial users
  • 26. ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Cloud Based Desktops
  • 27. Why the Switch to Cloud?
    For a variety of reasons, cloud technologies are too compelling to ignore.
    Dynamically scalable, virtualized resources provided as a service
    AccessibilitySpeed
    Cost
    • Maximize revenue
    • 28. Reduce cost
    • 29. Expedite time to market
    • 30. Focus resources
    • 31. Do more projects
    “Utility” billing (pay as you use)
    “Unlimited” processing and storage
    Elasticity to scale up or down
    On demand, self-service
    Highly automated
  • 32. Cloud-Based Desktops (DaaS)
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Business Benefits
    Desktop Cloud
    • Easy to manage
    • 33. Device independence
    • 34. Lower TCO
    • 35. Low cash out = low risk
    • 36. Customer Satisfaction
    From Any Device
    From Any Location
    FIXED
    TELEWORKERS
    PARTNERS &
    SUPPLIERS
    TEMPORARY OFFICES
    BRANCH OFFICES
  • 37. Cloud Service Models
    Software as a Service (SaaS)
    Desktopsas a Service (DaaS)
    Platform as a Service (PaaS)
    Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 38. Cloud Virtual Desktops vs. Traditional
    Physical Desktops
    Little Mobility/Device dependent
    Takes 3-5 days for a new system
    Break/fix issues
    Endpoint data loss/ security
    Vulnerable to power outages
    Hardware & desktop are one and the same
    Up-front capital required
    Hardware warranty cost
    Cloud Virtual Desktop
    Device Independent
    New systems in 90 seconds
    Never breaks
    Data can not be lost or stolen
    Always on
    Desktop can be accessed from any connected device from anywhere
    No upfront capital
    No hardware warranty required
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 39. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
    ©2009 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 40. Key Findings – Standard Windows 7 Desktop
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Virtual desktops deliver savings upwards of 36% over desktop PC costs
    • 41. Cloud desktops deliver further savings of 20+% over on-premises VDI
    • 42. On-premises VDI delivers savings over PC’s on labor but it is offset by the significant extra infrastructure required
    • 43. The ability to offload endpoints or extend them can deliver $250+ per year per desktop
    • 44. The performance requirements for VDI necessitate adoption of external storage which adds substantial costs
  • TCO Comparison: DIY VDI vs. Desktone
    ©2010 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved. | Confidential information of Desktone, Inc.
  • 45. ©2009 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Desktone’s Solution
  • 46. Desktone Overview
    Background
    Only virtual desktop solution built from the ground up for the cloud/DaaS delivery model
    Who we are
    Software company delivering cloud-hosted virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)
    Optimized, tested & deployed with the worlds largest companies and service providers
    Solutions Include
    Desktone Cloud for enterprises
    Desktone Cloud Platform for service providers
    Founded 2007
    Footprint Global
  • 47. How it Works
    • Access from anywhere
    Desktone Delivers
    Client Manages
    • High performance network
    • 48. Secure & Compliant
    IT Shared Resources
    • Centralized management & reporting
    • 49. Provisioning on demand
    Network Connection (VPN)
    Remote Display
    End User Devices
    • Personalized desktops
    • 52. Bring your own licenses
    Access Anywhere
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 53. Easy to Try & Easy to Buy
    Drastically Reduce Cost
    Easy to try
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. | All rights reserved.
  • 54. The Desktone Cloud consists of two primary interfaces
    Desktone Portal
    Used by end-users for access to resources on the Desktone Cloud
    Desktone Enterprise Center
    Used by desktop admins to manage the Desktone Cloud
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 55. End Point Devices
    iPad - “DaaS Mobile Client” available in the iTunes Store
    Thin clients - all leading vendors are supported
    Standard PCs – access through their preferred web browser or DaaS Client
    Google Chromebook – access via HTML5
    End-User Access
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 56. Summary
    Cloud computing is changing the world of IT
    The current desktop management market is ripe for change
    VDI was supposed to solve problems – it has introduced other issues for most especially cost and complexity
    Cloud-hosted desktops have a significant TCO saving over VDI
    • No upfront investment in infrastructure
    • 57. No complicated infrastructure to configure and build
    • 58. Centralized support and management
    • 59. No expensive management resources required
    • 60. No hidden costs
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 61. Resources
    Free Trial: www.desktone.com
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 62. Questions??
    ©2011 Desktone, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Questions / Feedback
    • Email me directly at David.grant@desktone.com
    • 63. @Desktone with your questions / comments
    • 64. Try a cloud hosted virtual desktop: http://www.desktone.com
    • 65. Schedule a Live Demo 866-691-5660 or info@desktone.com