Virtual Cable, the first Spanish VDI developer to join @aslan

by | Nov 15, 2021

Virtual Cable, manufacturer of UDS Enterprise, is the first VDI software development company to become part of the @aslan Association. The decision to join this group responds to the company's commitment to helping companies and society in general to improve their efficiency and productivity by promoting the adoption of new technologies.

"We are at a time of utmost importance for the digital transformation of organizations. The role of desktop virtualization is key to ensuring business continuity, improving security and providing ubiquitous access to work tools. As experts in these solutions, we joined @aslan to contribute our knowledge to promote best practices and get the most out of this technology," says Félix Casado, CEO of Virtual Cable.

The company already has a microsite within the website of the Association @aslan, where it will share relevant information for the rest of the associates and users interested in the digital workspace and VDI technology in general.

From now on, Virtual Cable spokespersons will actively participate in the different activities organized by the Association. Furthermore, as a sign of their commitment to @aslan, they are already preparing their participation in the ASLAN 2022 Congress, which will be held in Madrid on February 2 and 3 under the slogan Digitalization is Future.

UDS Enterprise in the next round table of the @aslan Association

UDS Enterprise, the software developed and supported by Virtual Cable, will be present at the digital event that the @aslan Association has scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, November 16. Eladio Maqueda Gil, Head of Systems of the Badajoz Provincial Council, will participate in the Round Table “Access to the workplace safely and flexibly” . Among other things, he will explain his project of virtual desktops and application virtualization with UDS Enterprise. Maqueda will reveal how they are taking advantage of this solution to implement remote working with Raspberry Pi, thin clients, hyper-convergence, and VPN.

The Provincial Council of Badajoz has trusted UDS Enterprise for years to offer a high availability application virtualization solution to 180 city councils and 120 remote offices throughout the province.

You can check the Badajoz Provincial Council’s case study with UDS Enterprise here.

If you are interested in attending the round table (in Spanish), register at this link.



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