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The new virtual desktop software is accessible in the office but also anywhere with an internet connection, enabling AEC professionals to work from home, on-site, at client locations or in satellite offices, simply and effectively.
For employers, the platform offers a strategic, secure and cost-effective gradual evolution of their IT infrastructure that can be integrated into existing site infrastructure or hosted in the cloud via datacentres powered 100% by renewable energy.
Inevidesk is calibrated to provide the optimum experience for a range of industry-specific software, reducing lag and prioritising input to provide a smooth working experience, even on lightweight and inexpensive hardware operating in low-bandwidth environments.
The platform is designed to allow a phased and strategic implementation. It can easily be integrated into existing infrastructure or deployed as full infrastructure in the cloud – a gradual and strategic end goal for some, an immediate requirement for others.
The scale of deployment can be matched to each organisation’s needs.
From industry benchmarking, Inevidesk delivers far greater value than similar services available in the AEC industry while also being more tailored.
Scalable subscription-based pricing is all-inclusive with no hidden costs. The cost per vdesk over a three-year period is generally on a par with the price of an appropriately specified workstation.
Tim Whiteley, co-founder of Inevitech, said: “There are numerous existing virtual desktop solutions that are complex, costly and not built with the specific requirements of the AEC industry in mind, which is one reason why many firms haven’t considered a virtual desktop strategy in the past.
“But AEC organisations should look at the mass shift to remote working during the pandemic as a catalyst for permanent, progressive change: to become more agile, productive and environmentally considered in their working practices.
“We want to disrupt the market and support organisations to evolve and meet the rapidly changing demands of the industry and its workforce.
“Years of experience specifying, building and supporting GPU desktop services for AEC organisations has enabled Inevitech to understand how to provision the high-performance necessary for a collaborative and dispersed design.
“Our goal is to help firms become more agile, reduce overheads, improve productivity and staff wellbeing, and reduce their carbon footprint by enabling a smarter way of working.”
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