We've all heard promises of simplified desktop management with VDI, and we've been told about the pain points associated with user acceptance and unexpected management costs. At risk is the full acceptance and full potential of hosted virtual desktops and VDIs. So how do companies provide acceptably familiar virtual desktops in a scalable and cost effective manner?
Tranxition answers that question by saying, "Only with desktop personality decoupled from the infrastructure can IT staff efficiently manage VDI while still providing the personalized experience end users expect and demand."
Tranxition has a long history within this area of the market. The company was established in 1999 on the conviction that user personalization management is essential to effective and efficient desktop management. And the company has been true to this area ever since. They have been focused on PC user state migration and offer a suite of products for desktop personality lifecycle management.
Drawing on the company's years of experience in personality management, Tranxition is now offering a unique and innovative "user virtualization" solution that it calls AdaptivePersona.
Central to Tranxition's vision for the AdaptivePersona is the notion that a desktop system has a "personality" impressed upon it through use by an end user. And to an end user, desktop personality is everything that makes a desktop THEIR desktop. The entanglement of desktop personality with the operating system and applications means infrastructure changes strip away users' desktop personality, causing productivity losses and higher IT and call center support costs.