Transform IT and Amplify Your Impact
Today’s nonprofits and charitable organizations are facing tremendous challenges in addressing some of societies pressing problems and providing assistance to communities in need around the world. While striving to serve the public good, many nonprofits are facing shrinking budgets while managing the growing complexities of back-end IT requirements critical to their organization and stakeholders.
Improve Information Access across Multiple Devices
Today’s nonprofit organizations have unique and changing needs which often require access to cutting-edge application and tools. VMware’s desktop virtualization solutions provide a more flexible, cost-effective way to get these tools and applications into the hands of field offices and a mobile workforce on a wide range of devices, anytime, anywhere.
Our broad range of desktop virtualization technologies simplifies desktop management and broadens end user choices in terms of devices.
Enable Desktop as a Managed Service
Give users flexible access while increasing IT control over desktops, applications and data.
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Horizon View — Access applications and data on any compatible device—including iPhones and iPads—from any location. Deploy virtual desktops and applications to a variety of environments including labs and remote offices give your end users secure, easy access to data and applications at all times.
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Enable End-user Flexibility and Choice
Improve Email Collaboration
- VMware Zimbra — Provide a rich collaborative email experience to help staff, board members and other stakeholders stay connected and communicate effectively.
VMware Academic Program
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Featured Case Studies
Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette
Desktop virtualization with Horizon View Virtualization enables cost-conscious Diocese to support 500 end users with just two IT staffers.
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