Systancia & HP bring you applications with the best performance at less cost Systancia & HP bring you applications with the best performance at less cost Businesses are facing many challenges in catering to new usage habits and staying abreast of their staff’s expectations in terms of flexibility and mobility. First, they have to be able to provide a secure work environment that achieves the best performance for its users. Information technology entities having to maintain a disparate operational base of assets also have to keep costs optimized while guaranteeing high-quality support for their users, with less resources but while also guaranteeing a high level of security (data and network). Using HP’s thin client technologies with AppliDis, today Systancia Workplace – Systancia’s application and workstation virtualization solution – gives businesses an effective way of catering to these needs. First of all, these technologies let you accomplish real cost savings – yet without any concessions in usage. Deploying thin clients is an effective way to reap savings for your company while catering to the real need for better working tools, which inevitably means a tangible performance gain. Centralizing applications ensures their portability to all devices, and offers the possibility of taking advantage of new environments on better-suited appliances. The aim is to provide users with modern working environments in which they can use the most-diverse variety of applications, whether they be extremely-recent or old, as is sometimes desired. Deploying these technologies increases data security, because they are centralized at a data center, not stored on the user’s device, and can thus quickly be cloud-compatible. HP and Systancia have been working together for several years on joint certification of their respective products, to ensure successful deployment of their commodities adapted to any business sector, targeting reliability, mobility, ease of deployment and management, continuity of service, and lower management costs.