"Pano is an extremely easy sell," he said. "We can go to the client and talk about significant savings and cutting IT support. These are real advantages. The primary benefits are simplification, reduction of IT costs, and easy management of all the desktops."
Software licensing does not change when implementing virtualized desktops, Chirgwin said. "If you are going to install 50 Pano devices and run 50 copies of Windows Vista, you still have to pay Microsoft for 50 copies of Vista," he said.
The best feature, Chirgwin said, is a little button on top of the Pano device that users can use to recover their systems. "Pressing it gives users a small interface pop-up," he said. "It lets them roll back to a previous point-in-time or to get a completely new desktop image if the old image is corrupted, all in less than a minute or two."
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