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Systems should make things possible - Organizations should have the flexibility to employ personnel where needed and whenever the need arises. Information and IT resources should flow easily to the workers and locations where the business gets done most efficiently. metrax works seamlessly with existing systems and structures to conform with the security requirements of the organization.

People should be free to choose the ideal place, time and device to get their work done most effectively, instead of being forced to come to a specific location on a set schedule. Enabling field personnel to access and update project data while they are in the field is a good example of the way organizations can increase productivity both in-and-out of the office.
 
metrax deploys a strategy based on getting work done in the right place, by the right people and at the right time. Business processes or entire departments can be moved to new locations to tap into a broader labour pool, including employees, contractors and outsourcing or offshoring providers, to improve productivity and customer service. Mergers, acquisitions and branch office expansion can be completed more quickly and seamlessly to support business growth. Data and applications can be centralized and completely independent of an endpoint device to improve security and manageability. Following are some highlighted benefits:
 

A virtual computing infrastructure enables the enterprise to bring new locations online quickly and provision new users in a matter of minutes. Any available desktop hardware can be used to access a virtual desktop on demand. Centralized management and online support tools reduce the need for overhead personnel to be deployed to new locations, facilitating the organization to grow easily, rapidly and elastically and experience rapid business impact. 

 

Real estate costs represent the second-largest budget item for most companies. Virtual computing can reduce this expense significantly by making it possible for workers to be equally productive inside or outside the office, enabling a wide range of workplace models with even greater flexibility. 

 

In the past, multi-geographic work teams have collaborated through a combination of conference calls and in-person meetings that are both costly and disruptive, forcing more distant team members to spend much longer in transit than in actual discussion. Centrally stored and managed data can be made available across the team, ensuring that each member is working from the same, consistent set of up-to-date information to make decisions and communicate more effectively. 

 

Business continuity depends in part on ensuring that workers have uninterrupted access to the data and applications their productivity depends on. The same virtualized infrastructure also provides a highly effective foundation for maintaining business continuity through disruptions of all kinds, planned and unplanned: routine system maintenance, power failures, broken water mains, seasonal flu outbreaks and natural disasters.

 

 As user environments become more complex, new challenges for protecting intellectual property, maintaining data privacy and complying with IT security policies and government regulations are introduced. Virtual computing infrastructure is more inherently secure in several ways. Desktop virtualization means that all data and applications remain centralized and under IT control; instead of data traveling from place to place, it remains in the datacenter, not on the user device.

 metrax is designed to work in either the cloud, or an internal client network, or a hybrid of the two scenarios, depending on client requirements and concerns relating to security. We focus on continuous improvement by exploiting technologies after they are proven and endorse the philosophy and practice of virtual computing.