Author Note: This is a guest post by Jeff McNaught, Executive Director, Marketing and Chief Strategy Officer, Cloud Client-computing at Dell
When Dell Wyse Cloud Connect first became available in January we were ecstatic to be pioneering an entirely new end user device category. There’s no other gadget like it, offering cloud access with enterprise-level security and manageability, in a form factor just slightly larger than a USB stick. Cloud Connect brought organizations a compelling new mobility option to enhance user productivity without sacrificing IT control and manageability.
Of course, at launch we knew that our work with Cloud Connect had just begun. Since January we’ve kept our eyes and ears open to ensure that the device’s evolution keeps up with our customers’ needs and demands. Our goal is to continuously make people’s jobs easier by enhancing convenience and usability for end users, while simultaneously improving and facilitating IT control and security.
Today we’re very excited to announce our first functionality updates to Cloud Connect, developed directly from customer and analyst feedback. The focus for this round was improving the user experience, expanding desktop virtualization options, enhancing IT management and control, and offering a true end-to-end digital signage solution.
The updates include:
Thanks to its rich feature set, customers are already singing the praises of Dell Wyse Cloud Connect.
“Dell Cloud Connect is one of the most exciting projects that we’ve seen for a long time,” said Zach Rustad, Senior Account Manager, Nanonation. “We see it as an excellent platform for being able to deploy digital signage because of its powerful processing capabilities, great graphics capabilities, its very small footprint, and a price point that makes it very affordable and can cut down the cost of digital signage deployments.”
This update is just one more way Dell strives to enrich and simplify our customers’ mobility journeys. It is immediately available for all existing and new Dell Wyse Cloud Connect devices. Give it a try and let us know what you think!
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