Connection Broker to manage the connections between more than 100 end-users and their virtualized desktops
IRIS has selected the Leostream Connection Broker for a virtual desktop system to support a massive scanning and archiving project by Service Public Federal Finances, the Belgian Public Federal Finance Administration.
Leostream said that its Connection Broker will manage the connections between more than 100 end-users and their virtualized desktops. Tied into Service Public Federal Finances’s (SPF Finances’s) common scanning and archiving platform, the system is expected to bring greater cost-efficiency and facilitate end-user work on a corporate scanning system for electronic processing of all tax forms submitted by individuals to the Belgian government, the company added.
Leostream also said that IRIS is using this approach to workstations to transfer the complexity of managing end-user systems to the data center. As a direct result of this, it will provide SPF Finances with a reduction in total cost of ownership for its global IT infrastructure, consolidation of resources in the central IT department due to more efficient management, and better control and support for applications, according to Leostream.
Michael Palin, CEO of Leostream, said: IRIS is truly at the forefront when it comes to optimizing IT infrastructure to create businesses. We are pleased that it has again selected the Connection Broker to ensure a virtual desktop infrastructure deployment, particularly for a project supporting something as the Belgian government’s tax initiative.