Extend The Lifespan Of Your Windows XP SP3, 7 And 8 PCs

Windows XP SP3  is already at the end of its life, Vista is following shortly and later on Windows 7 and 8 will also follow. How can you defend the migration cost to your business?  Parallels Remote Application Server can help: the desktop replacement allows you to extend the lifespan of your hardware and delay migration to the latest OSs to a time that suits you best.

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Desktop replacement features

Windows XP SP3 , 7 & 8 Desktop Replacement

windows XP SP3Desktop replacement software allows you to transform any Windows client into a secure and fully managed workstation. It does not require specific hardware or software to be installed on the computer, and works with Windows XP SP3 , 7, 8 and 8.1. Existing company computers can be used as is, immediately starting to deliver remote applications. This is a major advantage, because the cost of new hardware and installations prevents many companies – even those crushed by the heaviness of their PCs – from moving to a thin clients structure.

The Parallels solution allows you to be very flexible: you can lock machine configuration on the user side, placing your corporate data in an extremely secure position, or you might decide to allow users to run some local and remote applications. Parallels Client Desktop Replacement is able to reduce the operability of the local machine by disabling the most common local configuration options, while guaranteeing the same level of service and security afforded by thin clients directly from your existing PCs. The main changes that affect a PC after the desktop replacement are listed below. The most evident change is the disappearance of the Start button, so that the user is forced to use only the applications published by the IT administrator.

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