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Desktop User Profile and User Environment Management

ProfileUnity is an award-winning User Profile (Persona) and User Environment Management solution for physical and virtual Windows desktops, recommended by VMware for Horizon desktops and also a Citrix-Ready solution. Read the solutions briefs below:

ProfileUnity -- Recommended UEM Solution for VMware Horizon
ProfileUnity -- Citrix-Ready UEM Solution

ProfileUnity unifies User Profile Management, Application Rights Management and User Policy Management to deliver a leading cost-effective and robust User Environment Management solution. Today there are millions of users under management with ProfileUnity, and the solution is in use by some of the largest VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft enterprises worldwide.  For a detailed list of all ProfileUnity features, go here.   To get the eGeeks Consulting Whitepaper on UEM, go here.

Advanced features include Application Rights Management, trigger-based policy management (Triggers), and in-depth context-aware (i.e. user location, organizational group, user type, etc.) filter capabilities. ProfileUnity also makes tedious Windows migrations a thing of the past with options to enable user profiles and user-authored data to seamlessly transition across most any version of Windows.  To understand how ProfileUnity can benefit your organization, select your primary interest from the options below:

Windows Migrations
Profile Management
Application Layering
Environment Management
Desktop Disaster Recovery


Learn more about ProfileUnity by reviewing the following quick overview video.

ProfileUnity Overview Video



Overview of End User Experience with ProfileUnity User Environment Management

ProfileUnity Goes Beyond User Profile Management to Provide Added Value With:

FlexApp allows administrators to package, manage, and deploy applications on a context-aware basis, such as Group, Organizational Unit or individual user, without altering the base image.

FlexDisk provisions flexible user VMware VMDKs (Virtual Machine Disks) on a VMFS (Virtual Machine File System) to eliminate the streaming of applications and data over the network.

Compatibility with Flex-IO (IOPS Acceleration for VDI environments), which leverages ESXi Host RAM to significantly increase the number of available IOPS to about 25,000 or more per ESXi Host.  Flex-IO can reduce storage footprint by as much as 50% with disk compression.

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