Delivers centralised PC management and remote support
Lenovo has extended cloud computing platform with the release of Virtual Computer NxTop.
NxTop 4.0 allows IT to centrally manage images and use the same image templates for multiple deployment models, regardless of whether the data is hosted on a storage array network or locally on a fully encrypted hard drive.
Lenovo said the release of Virtual Computer NxTop 4.0 enables the end-users to run multiple operating systems or personalities, including corporate and personal virtual machines, as well as enables organisations to achieve better manageability than they can with server-hosted VDI.
With NxTop deployed on select Think-branded PCs, including models of ThinkPad laptops and ThinkCentre desktops, business customers will be provided with an affordable computing offering, delivering centralised PC management and remote support, the company said.
Lenovo and Virtual Computer previously collaborated to bring new NxTop 4.0 capabilities to market.
These capabilities included a deployment option that leverages a centralised storage array to keep data off the endpoint device, while maintaining the advantages of local client execution.