- Managed DaaS
- Happy End Users
True, the Dizzion Cloud Delivered Desktops move the data off those devices, but the cost to support and maintain was still there. Until zlink, that is.
With zLink and zLink Plus, those end-user device challenges disappear. We designed and built a simple, affordable way for our clients to consume virtual desktops and completely remove the cost to support the end-user device.
With the zLink line of products, our customers can roll out 5 to 5,000 with minimal effort and near $0 support costs. Just plug in the device power and connect the network (or wireless) and HDMI cables. In 60 seconds, you can start consuming the Dizzion Cloud Delivered Desktop. No OS cost, no patching costs, and the hardware cost is far cheaper than Laptops, traditional Desktops and traditional thin client devices.
Best of all, zLink is sold as a service, so if the device ever breaks, we ship you a new one. With no moving parts, that’s a rare occurrence. No extensive troubleshooting required. zLink also adds additional security controls to lock down and monitor the endpoint devices, while enabling end-to-end visibility and control from the end users to their virtual desktops.
This capability allows our customers to safely extend the Dizzion services to remote users and contractors. Cloud desktops are now even easier to consume, and Dizzion has deepened the value of our service to our customers.
At Dizzion, our goal is to release innovative products that enable you to grow your business. We position our technology to solve business problems, helping you move faster, do more, and make money. Sure we like saving our customers money and removing their technology headaches, but our true value is in how we provide new ways to make your business thrive.
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