Enterprise workspace management solutions provider AppSense is delivering scalability and flexibility in enterprise workspace management by updating its DesktopNow suite.
This unique software suite for virtual and physical desktop management now supports heterogeneous enterprise architectures and offers a world class user experience.
AppSense has been doing well in the past twelve months and reported record bookings in the first half of its fiscal year. The company experienced a 50% increase in the number of customers spending over $1 million as compared to the previous year and had a bouquet of more than 500 enterprise customers that purchased AppSense software for the first time in 2013.
“At AppSense, we understand the complex challenges our customers face delivering a secure, productive workspace,” said Ravi Khatod, SVP Marketing of AppSense. “The upgraded DesktopNow suite delivers unparalleled scale, flexibility and performance for enterprise environments.”
The newly released version of the DesktopNow suite includes Environment Manager 8.4, Performance Manager 8.2, and Application Manager 8.7.
While this solution is available free of cost to customers with an existing AppSense DesktopNow subscription, new users will have to pay on a per seat basis.
The DesktopNow suite offers full integration and support for System Center 2012 and easily integrates with Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8.1. The offering now includes a built-in connection to System Center enabling customers to save AppSense configurations directly to SCCM for deployment.
Other updates in the new version include improved granular policy controls, and expanded replication options so that users across locations can easily access the applications and resources they need.
AppSense was in news last month for announcing a newly-designed North American Channel Partner Program.
The new AppSense Partner Program offers several benefits such as simplified and streamlined processes; upfront margins on deal registration; and enhanced partner training and education.