New Release of Managed Application Access Offers Enterprise Scalability, Performance Enhancements and Productivity Gains to UNIX and Windows Application Users
WATERLOO, ON March 1
Trusted by millions of enterprise users, the Exceed family of products is known for its dependability in mission-critical environments and "pixel-perfect" screen and color rendering capabilities. Exceed onDemand offers companies a centralized, scalable and load-balanced platform to manage the distribution of critical line-of-business applications to a geographically disparate user population. Exceed onDemand offers an all-in-one remote application access solution for stock trading, electronic design automation (EDA), computer-aided design/manufacturing (CAD/CAM) and high-end 3D modeling, among others, and delivers such benefits as lower infrastructure costs, improved security and easier team collaboration.
The new version of Exceed onDemand offers a number of significant enhancements:
- Empowers the growing population of Apple Mac OS X users with high-performance remote application access
- Helps enterprises take control of the distribution of Microsoft Windows applications on UNIX, Linux and OS X platforms
- Enhances access security through the integration with LDAP based enterprise directory services
- New dynamic screen scaling capability offers superior user experience and improved productivity
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