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Three Keys to Building a Sustainable Mobile Infrastructure : Whitepaper

Government departments and agencies at all levels are going mobile. Federal employees are rapidly expanding their use of smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other mobile devices for work outside the office. In a time of constrained budgets, agencies need the productivity gains and cost savings that mobile computing can bring. Download this whitepaper to explore the three keys of developing a sustainable mobile infrastructure and learn how virtualization can support mobile initiatives.

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VMware® Horizon™ 6 for Public Safety First Responders : Whitepaper

Government organizations are transforming the way they deliver IT resources to better protect and serve the public in today’s highly mobile, multi-device world. Departments and agencies are increasingly dynamic, requiring secure “anytime, anywhere, any device” access to critical applications and information for improved public safety presence and response time. The diversity of environments, devices, and workers — in an age of increasing cybersecurity threats — presents many new challenges that are modernizing the way government manages technology services.


Infographic: High-Value Outcomes for IT Organizations

VMware Software-Defined Data Center enables unique capabilities for IT organizations to help achieve outcomes such as greater data center efficiency, improved security, high availability and faster delivery of infrastructure and applications. Check out our infographic to see the high-value IT outcomes your organization can achieve.


How Today’s Campus Can Benefit from a Software-Defined Data Center: Whitepaper

Data center consolidation provides an opportunity for academic institutions to make modest investments in people, processes and technology in exchange for reductions in IT capital and maintenance costs, and substantial gains in IT agility, reliability and security. Download this brief to learn more.