Amazon web services appstream
What is AWS Appstream?
Amazon AppStream is a fully managed, non-persistent application and desktop streaming service. It allows you to centrally manage your desktop applications utilising AppStream 2.0 and securely deliver them to any desktop. You can easily scale to any number of users globally with purchasing, provisioning and managing of hardware infrastructure, massively reducing the overall Total Cost of Ownership
Benefits of our AWS APPSTREAM SERVICES
AWS AppStream brings a wide range of benefits to your team and your business:
Users can access their LOB applications on any computer.
Applications are streamed, encrypted and secured within your network.
Centralised management of applications.
Easily scale with your user demands without provisioning complex or pensive hardware
High end-user experience, switching seamlessly between applications.
Integrate your IT, networking, security, storage and access policies.
OUR APPSTREAM PROCESS
WHY Choose CAMWOOD?
Managing our clients complex IT estates and delivering excellent outcomes
OUR AUTOMATed SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS
Built so our clients have access to the best software on the market
INDUSTRY-LEADING EXPERT TEAM
Supporting you through each project from beginning to end
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