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Making The Desktop Dynamic
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Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
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Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
Making The Desktop Dynamic
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  • We transform desktops into secure, controlled and well managed user workspaces.“This allows IT to deliver context aware access (who I am, where I am, what device I am using at what time the day or night I am accessing Corp data). This personal workspace is dynamically composed upon-logon. (it does not exist until you log on-not static)
  • <With this slide tell a brief history of RES Software plus some key facts>RES Software was founded in 1999, when a specific customer expressed the need to simplify and improve Citrix maintenance. From this beginning, RES Software has maintained close ties with a strong technical community. This technical community consists of people who combine a good understanding of our products with excellent insight into the challenges that our customers face. Their valuable feedback provides us with opportunities to enhance and improve our products. This is one of the ways in which we apply our principle 'For customers, with customers.‘Founded in 1999Privately owned and profitable104 employees (per January 1st 2010)Subsidiaries in 8 countriesEurope and NA More than 2,500 customers worldwide More than 1,000,000 licenses soldStrong Focus on Development & Support 100% Indirect Sales Model18 distributors worldwideapprox. 120 authorized resellers worldwide
  • We transform desktops into secure, controlled and well managed user workspaces.“This allows IT to deliver context aware access (who I am, where I am, what device I am using at what time the day or night I am accessing Corp data). This personal workspace is dynamically composed upon-logon. (it does not exist until you log on-not static)
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  • Workspace Models allow the IT administrator to control what parts of User Workspace Management are being used to compose the user workspace without touching other parts on the desktop.
  • To get from the current desktop state to managed User Workspaces without impacting users, information about how desktops are used today is essential. This information can be gathered in the form of desktop samples. These samples are created by the Desktop Sampler, which runs unobtrusively as a standalone component, on users’ desktops. These samples contain encrypted information on available desktop items and context of the user. These samples are stored in a central location. The Workspace Designer, which is a part of the Management Console, helps the IT professional set up User Workspaces. First, the IT professional sets up how context should be established. The Workspace Designer will analyze the context information in the desktop samples and suggests suitable rules to establish context. Now the IT professional can start creating workspace items. The IT professional picks a category of desktop items and picks one item out of the list (from most common to least common) of found desktop items. The Workspace Designer compares each possible context with the actual desktop samples and analyses:Which users have access and would keep itWhich users have access but would lose accessWhich users would get access without having access todayThis information allows the IT professional to pick the right set of suggested access rules. The Workspace Designer creates and configures the new workspace item, based on the selected desktop item and the selected access rules.The Workspace Model, which is a part of the Management Console, enables the IT professional to control which parts of the User Workspace will be composed and secured by the Workspace Composer. These managed workspace items will co-exist on a user’s desktop with all the unmanaged workspace items so any possible impact will be minimized. A mix of different Workspace Models can be used to accommodate different types of users and desktops.By using the Desktop Sampler, the Workspace Designer, and the Workspace Model together, the IT professional is able to transform desktops to managed user workspaces step-by-step, with a clear understanding of the effects of each action taken.
  • We transform desktops into secure, controlled and well managed user workspaces.“This allows IT to deliver context aware access (who I am, where I am, what device I am using at what time the day or night I am accessing Corp data). This personal workspace is dynamically composed upon-logon. (it does not exist until you log on-not static)
  • We transform desktops into secure, controlled and well managed user workspaces.“This allows IT to deliver context aware access (who I am, where I am, what device I am using at what time the day or night I am accessing Corp data). This personal workspace is dynamically composed upon-logon. (it does not exist until you log on-not static)
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    • 1. Making the Desktop Dynamic<br />Jeff Fisher<br />VP, Business Development<br />October 5, 2010<br />
    • 2. <ul><li>RES Software Overview
    • 3. A Personal Journey
    • 4. App &amp; OS Deployment and Delivery Models
    • 5. RES Software Opportunity
    • 6. Small Steps
    • 7. IT as a Service</li></ul>Agenda<br />
    • 8. RES Software at a Glance<br />0<br />Operations in 8 countries<br />Focus on EMEA and the US<br />1,000,000+ Licenses sold<br />2500+ customers<br />Proven Technology<br />Not only a quick fix, but a future ready concept<br />18 distributors worldwide<br />120+ certified resellers<br />Strategic<br />100% indirect sales model<br />Privately Owned and Profitable. <br />Founded in <br />1999<br />
    • 9. Enable customers to:<br /> Support future ready, heterogeneous desktop environments<br /> Take small steps towards big goals<br /> Deliver IT as a Service through Dynamic Desktops<br />What we do?<br />
    • 10. RES Software History<br />2009RES Software ships license number <br />1 Million! RES PowerFuseMyWorkspace<br />Edition released, and $12.5M Updata investment<br />2008RES PowerFuse <br />Express Edition released<br />2003First customers in the US, <br />Norway and Canada<br />2007108% Growth <br />in revenue<br />2008 RES PowerFuse licenses <br />reach a half million<br />2010 RES Software opens US operations,<br />deploys new branding and messaging, <br />and releases RES PowerFuse 2010<br />1999 RES Software founded and<br />first RES PowerFuse products sold<br />2008 Local offices in 9 countries <br />and 27% revenue growth<br />2005 RES PowerFuse reaches<br />200,000 licenses sold and RES Wisdom is released<br />
    • 11. RES Software Customers<br />
    • 12. <ul><li>15+ years in client and desktop virtualization
    • 13. Enterprise Sales Engineer, Citrix
    • 14. Director Business Development, Softricity
    • 15. Senior Business Development Manager, Microsoft
    • 16. VP Strategy, Desktone</li></ul>A little bit about me…<br />
    • 17. <ul><li>All produce(d) alternate application or desktop delivery technologies
    • 18. Citrix XenApp, XenDesktop, XenClient and Provisioning Server
    • 19. Softricity SoftGrid
    • 20. Microsoft Remote Desktop Services, App-V (SoftGrid), MED-V (Kidaro), VDI Suites
    • 21. Desktone Virtual-D (Cloud-hosted Desktops)</li></ul>What do my past companies have in common?<br />
    • 22. <ul><li>Deployment leverages traditional solutions that install applications or OSes (i.e. ESD, PCLM, etc.)
    • 23. Delivery is about real-time provisioning (via remoting or streaming protocol) without installation
    • 24. More importantly:
    • 25. Deployment = Static
    • 26. Delivery = Dynamic</li></ul>What’s the difference between “delivery”and “deployment”?<br />
    • 27. Microsoft options for OS deployment/delivery<br />Source: Microsoft, Flexible Desktop Computing, 2007<br />
    • 28. Citrix FlexCast<br />
    • 29. <ul><li>App and OS delivery technologies increase the
    • 30. Agility and productivity of end users</li></ul>but also<br /><ul><li>Complexity of infrastructure management
    • 31. No single delivery solution dominates
    • 32. SBC architecture limits use for desktop hosting
    • 33. Not all applications can be virtualized
    • 34. The proverbial “Year of VDI” that never comes
    • 35. And the rich PC is still the dominant endpoint
    • 36. “The PC Is Not Dead; Long Live PCs” The VAR Guy, July 2010</li></ul>The challenge of app and OS delivery <br />
    • 37. Today’s delivery models<br />
    • 38. <ul><li>App and OS delivery technologies enable the journey toward Dynamic Desktops but aren’t the total answer
    • 39. Additionally, none of the delivery vendors provide unified management across all delivery options (including their own)
    • 40. This is exactly what RES Software has been providing for more than a decade!
    • 41. Simultaneously manages the user experience across all new virtualized delivery models as well as traditionally deployed, rich endpoints</li></ul>The opportunity for RES Software<br />
    • 42. RES Software – Unified management for any deployment and delivery option<br />User Workspace Management<br />
    • 43. Protecting the User Experience<br />RES Workspace Manager<br />User Sees<br />Workspaces<br />Citrix XenApp(hosted / streaming)<br />Behind the<br />Scenes<br />Applications<br />Citrix XenDesktopCitrix XenAppCitrixXenClient<br />OS – Win XP<br />OS – Win 7<br />Hardware<br />16<br />
    • 44. Enable customers to:<br /> Support future ready, heterogeneous desktop environments<br /> Take small steps towards big goals<br /> Deliver IT as a Service through Dynamic Desktops<br />What we do?<br />
    • 45. Microsoft I/O model<br />
    • 46. Compositionand <br />Personalization<br />Security and <br />Performance<br />Advanced Administration<br />• Desktop Transformation<br />• Application Management<br />• Zero Profile Technology<br />• Workspace Analysis<br />• Folder Synchronization<br />• Email Templates<br />• Delegation of Control<br />• Remote Application • Integration<br />• Instant Reporting <br />• Compliancy<br />• Tracking and Reporting<br />• Removable Disk Control<br />• Application Access<br />• Network Security<br />• User Installed Applications<br />• Locations and Devices<br />New Modular Product Approach<br />
    • 47. Microsoft I/O model and RES Software<br />Security &amp; Performance<br />Composition &amp;<br />Personalization<br />AdvancedAdministration<br />Service Centric<br />Device Centric<br />User Centric<br />Context Centric<br />
    • 48. Workspace model<br /><ul><li>Addresses different types of users and desktops
    • 49. Task workers
    • 50. Knowledge workers
    • 51. Mobile workers
    • 52. …
    • 53. Step by step
    • 54. Focus on todays challenges first</li></li></ul><li>Step by Step<br />Managed Workspaces<br />6<br />2<br />3<br />1<br />5<br />7<br />ImplementVirtual Desktops<br />Existing Desktops<br />4<br />Managed Virtual Desktops<br />
    • 55. Transformation Process<br />Fully Managed User Workspace<br />Small steps toward a big goal…<br />Workspace Model<br />(Partly Managed Desktop)<br />Workspace Designer (Analyzes Data)<br />Desktop Sampler (Collects Data)<br />Unmanaged Live Desktop Environment<br />
    • 56. Virtual Desktop Extender (VDX)<br />
    • 57. Enable customers to:<br /> Support future ready, heterogeneous desktop environments<br /> Take small steps towards big goals<br /> Deliver IT as a Service through Dynamic Desktops<br />What we do?<br />
    • 58. End Users<br />Service<br />Organization<br />Making the Desktop Dynamic<br />Service<br />Catalog<br />User Workspace<br />RunBooks<br />
    • 59. RES VDX<br />Solve Current Issues<br />RES Automation Manager<br />RES Workspace Manager<br />Dynamic Desktops<br />Automate Daily IT Tasks<br />Making the Desktop Dynamic<br />27<br />
    • 60. The power of the entire stack<br />
    • 61. <ul><li>Market still believes that cloud-hosted VDI will be the primary model for outsourced desktops
    • 62. Service Providers and customers are ready for a new approach
    • 63. RES enables SPs to build a cloud-hosted user workspace offering
    • 64. Allows end-users to continue using rich, Internet-connected PCs
    • 65. Thin layer of management that can range from limited to very restrictive control
    • 66. Limited infrastructure investment needed by SPs</li></ul>RES cloud-hosted desktop vision <br />
    • 67. Enable customers to:<br /> Support future ready, heterogeneous desktop environments<br /> Take small steps towards big goals<br /> Deliver IT as a Service through Dynamic Desktops<br />What we do?<br />
    • 68. Questions?<br />
    • 69. Thank You!<br />Jeff Fisher<br />VP, Business Development<br />j.fisher@ressoftware.com<br />

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