Dell launched its Desktop Virtualization Solutions for Government (DVS-Gov), a secure solution that helps government agencies manage “geographic sprawl” through mobility and the ability to power almost any device virtually anywhere.
DVS-Gov can allow customers to securely access information anywhere in the world to manage operations that require an IT backbone that meets tough federal security and compliance standards.
Government agencies looking at optimizing endpoint management often gravitate to desktop virtualization as a solution to this problem. DVS-Gov also ensures simple management for agencies requiring telework as well as greater overall mobility functions.
However, many government customers are also beginning to field demands from their workforce to have their networks accommodate any device, anywhere which can open up new security loopholes, such as secure data leaving a secure area, which has prevented many agencies from accommodating telework or greater mobility in the past.
The Dell DVS-Gov solution addresses these issues and enables more secure mobility in a fully end-to-end validated technology stack. In conjunction with newly acquired Wyse technology, DVS-Gov helps federal agencies meet strict regulatory mandates for data access by meeting government certification and security standards.
Additionally, in partnership with AppSense and ActivIdentity, DVS-Gov also gives government customers granular control over security and access policy which allows them to give their employees the freedom to securely access their work in more places with more devices. This solution makes viable initiatives like telework, allowing employees to work remotely out of necessity or allowing for flexibility.
Every day many government and military customers face situations where they must quickly deploy and establish operations in non-traditional office settings. Dell helps to remove any of these barriers to adoption by offering a solution that meets the strict compliance and security standards government customers require.