Inuvika's OVD delivers your applications to all of your devices

Inuvika brings virtualized applications to your desktop and to any of your devices. Inuvika's OVD impressed us with simplicity and flexibility. This product enables delivery of cloud hosted applications into adaptable end user desktops. A rich feature set brings easy of use to end users and administrators.

Inuvika has polished an Open Source diamond and enables the delivery of Windows and Linux applications into virtual end user desktops. These applications can be delivered to your workstations, to your tablet or to your mobile phone. Users can access their virtualized apps and shared desktops through HTML5-compliant web browsers or from native clients available for Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android.

This flexibility renders the most efficient, productive and secure user desktops.

Desktop and interaction data like keystrokes are transmitted encrypted into the data center. A fine grained administrative control allows to easily adapt to all usage scenarios in a secure manner. OVD will implement your security policies without restricting the user experience and productivity.

OVD Enterprise provides additional features like support and includes software updates. Furthermore it provides an SSL Gateway, a Hi-Definition display protocol, different modes of application delivery through Portal Mode, Kiosk Mode and local desktop integration, or a full shared desktop. It comes with a single easy-to-use Web admin console that lets you manage every aspect of your OVD environment, like users, apps and servers, including a wizard-driven administration support and an administration delegation feature.

To install OVD, you need a Linux and/or Windows application server to deliver their applications to the virtual desktops. One further component is the Session Manager and the Web Portal to administrate and control the desktop sessions. The client connects to the Session Manager usually through an SSL gateway. The desktop can be transferred to the clients via http, https, RDP and VNC.

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