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VXL Brings Unbarred MS Office 365 Business Essentials To its Thin and Zero Clients

VXL Brings

With the latest changes in Microsoft licensing, VXL Instruments announces unbarred access to Microsoft Office 365 Business Essentials for its VXL Cloud, Thin and Zero clients’ users. With no installation necessary, users can simply access Microsoft Office 365 in the cloud by accessing Internet Explorer or Firefox browsers which are embedded in all VXL’s Cloud, Thin and Zero Clients.

This will allow, Customers to easily access a comprehensive suite of applications including online versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Office 365 Business Essentials all made available through VXL Cloud, Thin and Zero desktop devices with embedded Linux and Windows Embedded operating systems. For Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI), Office 365 Business Plan is available as an alternative.

Citing on the announcement, Frank NoonVP Sales at VXL Instruments said, “Not only does this represent a significant benefit to end users, it also provides our distribution network with an excellent added-value customer opportunity”.

“SMB customers in particular will now also benefit from having access to Microsoft’s leading business applications via the browser,” Noon added.

 VXL Instruments has been globally acclaimed for their energy-efficient designs and environment-friendly products. The company has been recognized by EPEAT (Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool), a definitive global rating system for greener electronics. “We have always been committed to our ongoing sustainable environmental strategy. As an India-based company, VXL has found EPEAT registration to be an important qualification for global market access, given the numbers of potential customers who require compliance with this global standard,” says A.K. Bhuwania, Chairman, VXL Instruments.

While using the online versions, this package includes the possibility of installing Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher and OneNote within the VDI.


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