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Liquidware Provides Solution for Fast Track to Windows 10
Liquidware, the leader in adaptive workspace management (AWM), today announced that its Hosted Proof of Concept is enabling enterprises to trial its suite of solutions without incurring any hardware or software costs, accelerating moves to new platforms such as Windows 10 or cloud hosted desktops. 

With the recent announcement of the public preview of Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop many enterprises must now be contemplating the best way to harness the value of desktops-as-a-service and how to gracefully migrate their users to this new platform.  By providing a hosted, free of charge, proof of concept environment, the Hosted POC is a unique benefit to enable qualified Enterprise organizations to validate Liquidware's adaptive workspace management solutions quickly and affordably ahead of internal POC projects.

"By providing enterprises with a fast track to assess our solutions, Liquidware is again providing an innovative way to support our customers' transformation journeys," commented Jason E. Smith, VP Products, Liquidware. "Our adaptive workspace management suite enables customers to simply assess what they have today, seamlessly migrate to a new platform such as Windows 10 or the cloud, and then deliver applications on demand in the new environment. We have delivered many industry firsts in our technology and are pleased to be able to provide a hosted proof of concept of our solutions to enable organizations to trial them totally unencumbered."

More details can be found here:

Liquidware adaptive workspace management solutions comprise Stratusphere UX visibility, diagnostics and User Experience monitoring, ProfileUnity user environment management, and FlexApp application layering and can be purchased together as Liquidware Essentials.

To determine if organizations qualify for this service, they should contact
Published Tuesday, April 02, 2019 2:55 PM by David Marshall
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