Work from Anywhere, at Anytime and On Any Device: How to Leverage Cloud-Powered Engineering Desktops

By Scott McIsaac

Business and technology requirements are changing as enterprises strive to remain competitive. Enter the Cloud. The Cloud is increasingly becoming the wild card in the design process.

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Philip Nussel, the online editor at Automotive News in Detroit and Jason Joel, Director at VMware, to discuss how high-end, virtual engineering desktops are changing the automotive design game by simplifying design collaboration through a secure Cloud.Engineering Desktops

It was an interesting discussion highlighting several use cases regarding how engineers and designers are no longer tied to an office with local workstations. Lucky for you, we had the discussion recorded so I wanted to share it with you here.

View the Engineering Desktops Webinar

In this Webinar, we discuss how to easily collaborate with engineering and design teams on design projects regardless of location; how users can connect to Engineering Desktops securely using multi-factor authentication, decreasing the likelihood of unauthorized access; how users can lower capital expenses by replacing expensive hardware with virtual machines and how everyone across the enterprise can benefit from enhanced graphics performance – whether working in CAD, Revit®, CATIA or other high-powered graphic-intensive applications.

If you have further questions regarding moving to virtual engineering desktop, please contact our team. I’m also on Twitter, feel free to ask me a question.