The Wi-Fi on Cloud helps customers to manage enterprise-grade Wi-Fi networks across sites from cloud and gain access to value added services. The Wi-Fi on Cloud also ensures quick scalability by eliminating the need of having the wireless controller hardware on premise. This enables a unique experience to the customers as they can avail the benefits of location-based and context-aware applications, while reducing the operational expenses (CapEx). Instead they can subscribe to a pay-as-you-grow model.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) refers to hosting the desktop environments on a centralized server. It is a form of desktop virtualization, as the specific desktop images run within virtual machines (VMs) and are delivered to end clients over a network. Those endpoints may be PCs or other devices, like tablets or thin client terminals.
Custumers who remotely access Pi's VDI solution from their endpoint can manage the operating system along with the applications and data on it as if they were running locally. This enables customers setup to let their resources to safely access all assets that they would need virtually from any device, from any location, anytime without requiring specific hardware.
Learning Management System (LMS) is a software application used for administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, and delivery of educational courses, and learning & development programs. Harbour1®, the enterprise cloud platform @Pi® is usually prefered to host such LMS applications. Since this eliminates the need for installing a software, it is a great option for organizations who aspire for quicker go to market. Owing to high availability and security of Harbour1®, the LMS subscribers experience seamless streaming of various learning & development programs.