Additionally the joint offering complies with government desktop standards, such as the Federal Desktop Core Configuration and the
"HDS Federal prides itself on selecting the most qualified companies to develop and implement mission-enabling solutions for our government customers," said
DTaaS is a computing model that provides an end-user experience that is functionally equivalent to a traditional PC desktop, but is delivered on server-class infrastructure from enterprise data centers; it also allows rapid deployment of emerging and extended capabilities, including support for mobile computing and for users who bring their own devices. The model has all the safeguards and advanced management features traditionally available only with servers. The system is immensely scalable, enabling consistent management of hundreds or thousands of virtual single-user operating systems.
Government agencies that deploy DTaaS can reduce operating and capital expenditures, alter their IT spending mix towards operational expense and away from capital expense, and consolidate maintenance and support of their desktop environments.
To learn more about the new DTaaS solution, contact DTaaS@saic.com.
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