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Persystent introduces Dekstop Virtualization solution!


Persystent Technologies, a leading provider of automated PC repair and high-speed imaging software, today introduces Persystent Virtualization. Persystent Virtualization is a powerful new solution that eases deployment, maintenance and control over virtual desktop environments, while providing end users with greater personalization of their virtual desktops.
Persystent Virtualization automatically protects and enforces the desired state of every virtual desktop in an organization, eliminating the need for IT to continually reconfigure desktops. End users can customize their virtual desktop within enforced corporate configuration standards. This gives them the look and feel of having their own personal computer, a first for virtual desktop users. By enabling personalized virtual desktops, including address books, desktop short cuts, wallpaper and other custom settings, Persystent eases the transition from traditional to virtualized computing.
"Persystent has the led the industry in automated PC repair, configuration management and high-speed imaging -- dramatically reducing IT support and maintenance costs and ensuring business continuity," said Bob Whirley, COO, Persystent Technologies. "Persystent Virtualization brings this same value proposition to organizations who are now adopting desktop virtualization. We offer the additional value of making virtualization far more flexible and adaptive to the needs of individual users."
Persystent Virtualization automatically restores any corrupted operating system, registry, application or setting to ensure compliance with corporate policy guidelines and governance requirements for improved service levels and business continuity. Persystent also eases the process of software patches by capturing the updated image and deploying it to every desktop. In the case of defective patches, Persystent can redeploy a previous configuration within 30 seconds.


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