VIENNA, Va., June 5, 2012 —NJVC® today released two new white papers at this week’s Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations and Management Conference in Orlando, Fla.
“IPv6: Essential Background, Business Value and Best Practices for Implementation” outlines how NJVC customers are successfully using Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)—a next-generation Internet addressing protocol—to support the growth in user devices, services and applications requiring unique IP addresses to communicate over the Internet. “Managed Desktop Infrastructure (MDI): A Complete Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Solution” provides best practices for enterprises to securely and virtually deliver data to users over multiple devices.
“Since people today use multiple methods to access Internet content—from mobile phones and iPads to laptops—the number of unique IP addresses required per person has increased significantly,” writes Lori Sheppard, NJVC senior systems engineer, infrastructure services and solutions, in the IPv6 white paper. “As one of the first companies to provide IP address-management solutions for the defense and intelligence communities, NJVC believes its experience will help CTOs and CIOs everywhere understand the real-world business case for applying IPv6 in an enterprise-wide strategic plan.”
“NJVC has provided IPv6 services—from enterprise networks to applications—for more than five years for both commercial and government customers,” said James Paul, NJVC practice lead, infrastructure services and solutions. “In this white paper, NJVC shares share success stories about how customers have identified and solved their IPv6 deployment challenges, as well as realized returns on their investments.”
David Gleason, NJVC solutions engineer, computing services and solutions, writes in the MDI/VDI white paper: “As users demand mobility and continuous connectivity, pressure is placed on IT to support its own devices. It bolts on solution after solution for their desktop environments in attempt to address new capabilities, which often exposes new weaknesses in the desktop support model. A VDI solution based on a managed desktop environment can address all the mobility, security and scalability challenges facing IT departments, while reducing cost.”
“This white paper illustrates how NJVC leverages VDI technologies to deliver secure, anytime-anywhere access to mobile users so they can work wherever they are and on any device,” adds Kathy Hall, practice lead, NJVC computing services and solutions. “Importantly, the NJVC solution allows users to access centrally located applications and data without the need to store that data locally. By bringing continuity across an organization’s devices, the NJVC VDI solution enables enterprises to meet the increasing demands of mobile users without compromising security.”
Both white papers may be downloaded for free at http://www.njvc.com/resource-center/white-papers-and-case-studies.
With a focus on information technology automation, NJVC® specializes in supporting highly secure, complex IT enterprises in business-critical environments. We offer a wide breadth of IT solutions to our customers, ranging from strategic consulting to flexible managed services in five business areas: Cloud Services, Cyber Security, Data Center Services, IT Services and Print Solutions. Our global workforce includes dedicated and talented employees, with 94 percent holding security clearances, located at more than 160 customer sites. We partner with our customers to support their missions. To learn more, visit www.njvc.com.