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Microsoft App-V Application Virtualization

Why install applications manually when you can deliver them virtually? Met Sistem offers application virtualization consulting services that will quickly save your organization time, that will reduce overall costs, and--perhaps most importantly--allow you to deploy your most talented team members to IT projects that make greater use of their valuable time.

Application virtualization (App-V) is a cost-saving approach to empowering your users with all the technology they need. It enables you to separate your applications from operating systems and allow them to run over networks.



You will enjoy:


  • Centralized Administration: one update to the network based app is communicated across all machines; deployments, patches, updates, and terminations are more easily managed.
  • More Accessible Applications: network based means applications are no longer machine-dependent; users can get the tools and power they need, wherever they may be.
  • More Powerful Applications: virtual applications better connect with local operating systems, plug-ins, and other apps.
  • Simplify Application Deployment: reduce test cycles and deliver applications more quickly to your end users.
  • Dynamic Delivery: applications are rapidly delivered to laptops, desktops, and terminal servers, and bandwidth is greatly increased as in most cases only a small percentage of the application is needed to launch the application. Additional components are delivered transparently when requested

The Met Sistem Edge


With Met Sistem implementing your App-V solution, you will enjoy a rapid deployment as Met Sistem brings both the experience and expertise to the table, having executed virtualization solutions on literally hundreds of desktops.

For more information about Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager, send an email to poc@metsistem.com, call +90 (212)250 4402, or complete our contact form and one of our team will call you back. Alternatively, why not request a Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager demo?