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Droplet Computing greatly simplifies and reduces the cost of delivering applications in enterprise.

Deliver legacy application securely

Organizations are able to securely deploy legacy apps to modern platforms therefore reducing the amount of time required for patching and migration tasks. This approach enables migration of mission-critical apps to new operating systems and devices using Droplet Computing containers, which are unaffected by changes to the underlying device OS. Vulnerabilities are removed by applying patches without the need for regression testing safe in the knowledge that the underlying device will not be affected. To that end the container has been fully penetration tested by NCC Group and was found to be completely secure.

Apps running in a Droplet Computing container are invisible to the host operating system so no longer present an attack surface. Your data can be secured in the container using enterprise-grade encryption and admins can set policy on where data is sycnchronized to when online – whether using a cloud based storage platform, or a corporate file server.

Reduce the cost of infrastructure

Droplet Computing containers run locally on the endpoint device, whether that’s a Windows, Mac, or Linux device. This means there is no large-scale datacenter hardware overhead required, no complex VDI infrastructure required, and no bandwidth or latency limitations, all dramatically reducing the cost of hardware acquisition and management. All you need is a file share to store containers centrally, and a delivery engine to deliver them to the end users. The rest is all device-based. After all, the end user device of today is more than powerful enough, so why deploy two sets of hardware?

Embrace multi-platform devices with confidence

On top of this, Droplet Computing containers can run across platform devices, meaning you can run apps that were designed for the Windows operating system on other platforms, such as macOS or Linux. Even different device chipsets are supported meaning you can deliver applications without device limitations. Particularity useful for those older applications you want to run on modern hardware devices.

To see how Droplet Computing containers can help transform the way you deliver applications today, contact us for a free trial, or demonstration and redefine your application delivery.

Droplet Computing greatly simplifies and reduces the cost of delivering applications in the public sector.

The Challenge

How many applications are being maintained in the Public Sector and how many are actually being used?

What does that mean?

In relation to IT strategy one of the most salient questions is, how does Central Government review the number of applications that are currently supported versus how many are needed? Droplet Computing can deliver a strategy that will instantly reduce the cost of delivering applications to Central Government end users.

How does Droplet Computing achieve this?

Droplet Computing containers enable those delivering IT in Central Government to take their existing applications and place them into an environment that is segregated from the underlying device OS. This means that the OS will no longer affect the running of the application – no more expensive extended support for Windows XP and Windows 7 applications, or security worries. In addition Droplet Computing containers delivers those applications across multiple platforms meaning you can choose the device appropriate to the end users role. The result – a clear savings agenda for both hardware and software.

Example use case

Royal Air Force flight engineers work with a range of software often needing a range of devices to support them due to age of software/security and relevant OS. This means that engineers are often working across multiple laptops and devices when servicing the same aircraft.

Working with Droplet Computing all necessary applications can be securely placed into one container and delivered to a single device. Droplet Computing will even facilitate offline working when engineers are required to work in an area with no connectivity. The benefit are numerous:

  • Reducing the number of devices an engineer needs to carry
  • Reducing the cost of maintaining applications across a range of devices
  • Creating a more efficient interface for the engineer in the form of a single secure container
  • Ultimately reducing the time taken to service an aircraft.

Droplet Computing greatly simplifies and reduces the cost of delivering applications in the healthcare sector.

The Challenge

Health trusts and services are being asked to deliver and support an increasing number of services through IT. Probably more than any other sector within Public services, the NHS is being asked to provide a more business to consumer approach to the patients they care for. This must be achieved within the confines of an aggressive savings agenda and shrinking budgets.

What does that mean?

In short, it means that a health trust needs to support and deliver multiple applications securely to a wide range of health professionals. In order to deliver savings and a supportive IT environment health trusts will have to completely rethink how their technology is delivered to end users.

How can Droplet Computing help?

  • Challenge the expensive desktop deployment solutions currently deployed by health trusts.
  • Droplet Computing containers enable health trusts to develop an application platform configured to end user need.
  • Breath new life into “fat client” software by delivering via Droplet Computing containers
  • Remove applications from the underlying OS enabling clinical hardware (such as an MRI scanner) reliant on an older OS, without worrying about an unsupported OS affecting application functionality.
  • Enabling staff to access patient critical applications on any device even offline – saving on hardware and enabling staff to work offsite and with patients in the home.

Use case

Health workers who are required to visit patients require an IT environment that is robust, flexible and cost effective.

Droplet Computing enables staff to use hardware such as the Chromebook which, in comparison to the cost of a tablet or laptop, is far more competitively priced and offers greater battery life. Droplet Computing containers effectively turns a Chromebook into a PC. The heath trust could purchase three Chromebooks for the price of a single laptop.

To see how Droplet Computing containers can help transform the way you deliver healthcare application today, contact us for a free trial, or demonstration and redefine your application delivery.

The offline working offered by Droplet Computing will also enable staff working offsite, out of connectivity, to still provide a service to customers.

Droplet Computing greatly simplifies and reduces the cost of delivering applications in the education sector.

The education sector from primary right through to University faces the challenge of constant change and differing demands from technology. The difficult questions ranging from what technology should be used right through to virtually attendance and distance learning are all part of the complex issues surrounding delivering IT in the Education space.

How can Droplet Computing help?

Droplet Computing is all about providing flexibility to the end user and (most important of all in the context of education) delivering a solution that is scalable but remains within a tight budget. Droplet Computing can achieve this in two important ways.

Hardware – Droplet Computing containers can be delivered to multiple platforms. For example, a Chrome book can run Windows applications deployed via the container. The clear advantage here being cost. You can buy four Chromebooks for the price of a single laptop. More hardware for students.

Applications – Droplet Computing can deliver applications across devices, reducing the cost of desk top management and increasing access to educational resources in a secure and configurable format.

Droplet Computing is an enabler

Droplet Computing reduces dependence on the traditional IT supply models and empowers IT departments to control and deliver what the students and academic staff require, at a lower cost, yet at the same time enhance the learning experience.

By deploying Droplet Computing a school or college will be able to build a clear picture of what applications are needed and what are surplus to requirements. It also enables the re-purposing of older hardware, increasing the life of a device while reducing the risk posed by running applications on an unsupported operating system.

The Future – Droplet Computing

The applications your students and staff need – delivered securely across multiple device platforms. Droplet Computing will even facilitate offline working for that field trip or area with poor connectivity. Students and staff will be able to access whatever they need from wherever they are.

The risks imposed by an operating system that is no longer supported is removed – as those applications can be lifted from that redundant operating systems and secured using a container. Freedom to provide the application environment that you want.

To see how Droplet Computing containers can help transform the way you deliver educational applications today, contact us for a free trial, or demonstration and redefine your application delivery.

Taking the stress out of software deployment

Enabling applications to be delivered securely, multi-platform, online and offline

Any Windows app on any device

The traditional desktop PC has changed into a laptop, Chromebook, tablet, or smartphone. However, end users want the full experience not the “cut-down” version. Droplet Computing containers enable the full version of a Windows app to be delivered to the device of choice, securely and with the familiarity and functionality the users need – even if the app is not written natively for that device.

Secure legacy server workloads

If you need to continue to run Legacy Server OS's like 2003 or 2008 isolate and secure the entire layer inside a Droplet server container to achieve compliance and significantly reduce risk scores.

Is it secure? Absolutely

Droplet Containers wrap a layer of Security around your applications blocking all inbound traffic. The security of the container is frequently penetration tested both by our customers and by independent third party experts. The last round of commissioned pen testing was conducted by the NCC Group PLC

Work online & offline seamlessly

Droplet has been designed in such a way that applications are not streamed to the target device and your installed application will continue to function when you are offline. Droplet interacts with any File sync and share program to maintain document consistency.

Be invisible to the host OS

Apps running in a Droplet Computing container are invisible to the host operating system so no longer present an attack surface.

Build once, deploy many

With your applications now containerized, you can deploy the container to as many devices as you want. Not only that, the very same container will run on a variety of different device platforms, without having to change it. For example, you could be running a Windows platform in the office and then continue from home on a Mac, using exactly the same container. Droplet integrates into any existing deployment tools such as SCCM or Endpoint Configuation Manager, Intune, Mobile Iron, FSLogix etc.

Run legacy software on all devices

Your legacy applications can simply be installed directly into the Droplet Computing container unchanged, and then delivered using the application delivery mechanism you use currently. There is no need to refactor, package, sequence, or virtualize the applications to make them work.

Upgrade Citrix farms or bring your apps to the cloud

With the Droplet multi-session container you can bring your legacy apps to a modern Citrix deployment, or any other multi session environment such as Windows Virtual Desktop. Droplet also allows you to run any apps in Azure, AWS, Google or IBM.

Droplet Computing is a software-based container solution that works by taking your apps and installing them, unchanged, inside a secure, and isolated containerized environment. In turn, this containerized environment is portable and can be delivered to your device regardless of OS, executing locally and offline. Alternatively it can be delivered using Windows app publishing solutions for multi-user deployments.

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