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Devon IT and CentriServ Introduce Custom VDI-2 Virtualization Starter Kit
Devon IT, Inc., a leading alternative desktop solution company, and its sister-company, CentriServ, today announced the availability of a new virtual desktop bundle utilizing Devon IT thin clients, Citrix XenDesktop or VMware virtualization software, and CentriServ enterprise assessment and consolidation services.

The VDI-2 Virtualization Starter Kit is designed for companies and organizations who are rethinking their computing models. Desktop management can be time consuming, expensive, and a drain on productivity. The VDI-2 package aims to reduce IT costs, simplify tedious deployment tasks, and increase productivity for IT personnel.

Healthcare companies, schools, financial institutions, and an array of other enterprises are changing the way their IT infrastructures operate, says Joe Makoid, President, Devon IT. The VDI-2 Virtualization Starter Kit offers firms that are thinking about switching to hosted client environments free environment assessments to determine how to efficiently reduce across-the-board IT spending, including costs associated with energy usage, frontend implementation and replacement, and backend management. The customizable VDI-2 Virtualization Starter Kit allows firms the flexibility to pick the best Devon IT thin clients and Citrix or VMware software products for their environment and the free expertise of CentriServs industry experts.

Pricing for the VDI-2 Virtualization Starter Kit is based on chosen options and available on request. View the TC2 and SafeBook video on YouTube by visiting For more information about Devon IT thin clients, bundle solutions, and server-based technologies, or to arrange for a proof-of-concept or enterprise assessment, email, or call 610-757-4220 or toll-free 888-524-9382. Information is also available at

Published Tuesday, November 04, 2008 5:55 PM by David Marshall
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