by September 30, 2013 0 comments

The company has engaged Anunta’s Application Delivery as a Service (ADaaS) model to move from a physical desktop PC environment to a private cloud based Hosted Shared Desktop (HSD) environment, as part of their desktop refresh programme.The long-term engagement with Anunta will cover over 300 locations across the country with thousands of traditional desktop PC’s moving to this innovative technology.

This new desktop service architecture offers a personalized desktop experience to users, securely delivered over any network to a variety of end-point devices, including thin-clients, that is devices dependent on servers, as well as handheld devices and also prepares Fullerton India for implementation of BYOD (Bring your Own Device) over time.

“Fullerton continues to invest in technology and leverage IT to achieve operational efficiencies  and enhance end-user experience. The replacement of traditional PC’s and adoption of innovative technologies like hosted shared desktop (HSD) over private cloud will help us achieve higher end-user performance at lower operational costs while enhancing IT security across Fullerton India’s vast distribution network all over India. We also firmly believe that this will help increase employee productivity over time.” said  Anoop Handa, Executive Vice President – Technology, Fullerton India.

“Anunta’s delivery model with end-to-end ownership for managing end-point performance will help us deliver IT services efficiently and effectively”, he commented.ADaaS’ unique differentiators include server-to-screen management of application delivery infrastructure, high availability with guarantees on end-user performance, a lowered unit cost of application delivery and efficient remote IT infrastructure management on a highly automated platform.

The Anunta solution will enable Fullerton India achieve complete end-user focus with very high application availability, significantly enhanced security, and IT effectiveness in a risk free environment with lowered costs of application delivery.







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