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Sentillion Makes vThere Remote Access Available for Evaluation

In response to the highly successful launch and industry response to vThere(TM), Sentillion vBusiness, a division of Sentillion, Inc., today announced that it will offer potential customers and value-added resellers the opportunity to receive an evaluation copy of vThere. The first virtualized, server-less remote access solution that delivers exactly the same application access, user experience and security as if the user were physically in the enterprise, vThere launched in July 2006.

Paul Roscoe, president of Sentillion vBusiness, said that the evaluation license represents an excellent opportunity for organizations -- from any industry -- to experience first-hand how vThere can reduce the cost, complexity and performance limitations inherent with today's alternatives for remote access.

"vThere is a radically different approach to remote access, unlike any solution available today," said Roscoe. "Customers have already purchased and quickly deployed vThere with great success. As a result, we want to provide the opportunity to prospective customers and resellers to experience the full impact that vThere will have on their organization."

Duplicating the office computing environment on a remote computer, vThere enables workers in sales, IT, finance, customer service, human resources, or any other function, to work remotely and have access to the same applications and network resources as if they were working in their corporate office location.

vThere's virtual security model protects the enterprise from exposure to viruses, worms, or spyware, which may be present on a remote user's PC. In addition, IT departments can extend the reach of the enterprise and manage remote users in the same manner as if they were physically in the enterprise. Since vThere is treated as a managed machine on the network domain and is authenticated against the enterprise's directory system, the user is subject to the same security policies, procedures and access rights -- regardless of their physical location.

The full-function vThere evaluation software will allow IT administrators to build a vThere image, install applications for remote users to access and distribute the vThere software in a test environment. A limited number of evaluation copies are being made available and interested parties can apply for an evaluation license through the vThere Web site, The evaluation period lasts up to 30 days.

Published Thursday, September 14, 2006 1:23 PM by David Marshall
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