Using functionality enabled by VDI, a single touch of the Pano Button(TM), enables users to choose from a set of actions that instantly solve painful desktop management problems. The Pano Button can be configured by IT or solution providers to orchestrate services provided by the server platform. Examples of configurable Pano Button actions are:
-- Rolling back from a corrupted Windows instance to a known good instance
-- Switching between virtual machines set up with software for different job functions
"The combination of VMware VDI and Pano Logic's purpose-built desktop device represents a fully server-based desktop computing architecture," said Nick Gault, CEO of Pano Logic. "We look forward to working with VMware to popularize this new computing model, dramatically reducing the cost of managing the desktop, and giving users a better Windows experience."
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