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Nutanix Offers Free Trial Services to the Asia Pacific Region Following the Corona Outbreak

Nutanix Offers Free Trial Services to the Asia Pacific Region Following the Corona Outbreak

Nutanix, an enterprise could OS specialist has announced that it is providing free virtual desktop services to help staff in the Asian Pacific region affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Businesses across the Asian and NZ regions are struggling with declining productivity due to an increasing ability of staff to make it to office as the outbreak worsens. Nutanix has offered a free trial of its Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solution called Frame to businesses across these areas as more and more people are opting to stay at home and work remotely. This offer provides Asia Pacific businesses with a free 30 trial for an unlimited number of users. The announcement comes as the world faces further restrictions for travel and congregation following the outbreak. 

The Nutanix Frame is a cloud-based solution providing a virtual desktop which provides users with access to the desktop without any internal hardware. The Frame software was born out of the need for business continuity and proliferation of cloud technology. “We are trying to play our part in making sure Asia Pacific’s businesses and economies keep moving during these unpredictable times,” says Nutanix head of Asia Pacific and Japan at Matt Young. “The safety and security of staff remain the primary concern, but we can help keep them active, engaged and productive through easily available and accessible software. Asia Pacific plays a critical role as the world’s economic engine and there is a great deal of local, national and international pressure on the region’s businesses,” said Young. “Nutanix is looking to ensure they have access to the latest technology to help them navigate this unprecedented time.”


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