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itopia is a cloud desktop orchestration tool for IT Service Providers to manage and deliver cloud desktops through Google’s Cloud Platform. itopia allows IT Solution Providers to provision cloud-delivered desktops and enable end-user access to corporate documents, applications, and resources on any device, anywhere, anytime.
To use an itopia provisioned Workspace, a user needs to have a desktop provisioned for them and a broadband internet connection. For optimal performance, the local connection should have 250 kbps of bandwidth per user. However, 150kbps per user will suffice. Latency of under 100ms is recommended for a good user experience. A user will also need an RDP client.
itopia Provisioned Workspaces are persistent. Thus, when a user logs off, all application and session data is saved.
Through itopia, an IT service provider can configure Snapshots with retention policies in order to accomplish an effective backup solution.
The itopia Partner Portal is a single pane of glass management suite that allows IT Service Providers to discover, provision and manage their clients’ cloud hosted desktops and servers.
The Management Portal allows IT Service Providers to manage the migration, provisioning, and day to day operations of their cloud hosted desktops. In the portal, an IT Service Provider can manage client settings including printing access, users, application installs, application assignment, and application uninstall, security groups, local drive access, enable password force complexity, reset passwords, enable task manager, and enable remote app. Through the portal, an IT Service Provider can also access client information, users, applications, notifications, FAQs; view and request client reports in a manner that is easy to forward to your clients; create, delete, unlock, and log off user accounts; and request app installs, uninstalls and control app user assignments.
How does the migration process from on-premises infrastructure to itopia Provisioned Workspaces work?
To migrate a client, an IT Service Provider must first login to itopia and create that client’s account in the system. Once the client account is created, a site must be created for each location of that IT Service Provider’s client, for example any satellite offices. itopia could optionally send automatic welcome email to the Client contact that will be migrating to itopia Workspaces. Thos e-mails contain a link to run the Discovery tool at each user’s workstation. This can be done by the end-users themselves, however, some administrators like to do this themselves. Once a user runs discovery, they will get a list of applications on their machine. That user is then asked to indicate which applications he or she uses. That data is then transmitted to the administrators through itopia. The IT Service Provider then has the option to audit each user’s discovered information to prevent a blind launch. The IT Service Provider can audit users, applications, security groups, folders, servers, workstations, printers, and network nodes. Once the IT Service Provider is ready to launch to the cloud, itopia will guide them through the migration process and notify the IT Service Provider when this is complete.
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