Managing applications centrally and running them as virtual applications helps to simplify software deployment and upgrades, increase flexibility for your users and increase compatibility and manageability.
Intercept IT has been delivering application virtualisation solutions for nearly a decade. Even before Microsoft had invested in the concept of application virtualisation, Intercept IT were busy working with Softricty’s Softgrid – now Microsoft’s App-V product. Based on our in-depth knowledge and experience, Intercept IT can help you minimise risk for your application virtualisation projects.
Application virtualisation can reduce your application management costs by up to 50% by delivering them as an on-demand service.
Eliminating application conflicts
Because virtualised applications run in their own virtual layer, this allows your users to run multiple versions of the same application on the same desktop. This is a great benefit when testing feature comparisons or training end-users prior to planning an application upgrade.
Application virtualisation solutions from Intercept IT help you increase efficiency and reduce costs by centralising application management, version upgrades, patch updates and application distribution to end-users.
How it works:
How it works
ICT is a significant investment for any business, therefore it is vital that you are confident that your systems are carefully selected, implemented and managed to match your strategic business objectives.
Our Managed Services offer you complete peace of mind for all aspects of your IT infrastructure. Whilst our core focus is on virtualisation and cloud support, we can also manage all of your hardware, software and projects as well, giving you a single point of contact for everything.
Centralised application management
Applications are packaged in their own individual layer, which is also known as sequencing. Sequenced applications can be held on a central server or servers and delivered to users’ desktops on demand rather than being permanently installed. Because they are held centrally it is easy to apply application changes in a single instance and roll the change out to all users at the same time or even just to selected users in order to carry out testing or comparisons before a full release.
Based on the end-users’ profile, access controls can be configured automatically to determine the best method for delivering each application to them.