Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is virtualization technology that hosts a desktop operating system on a centralized server in a data center. VDI is a variation on the client-server computing model, sometimes referred to as server-based computing. The term was coined by VMware.
This is a mobile application mainly for Events and Conference. It covers from end-to-end of an event/conference from Registration, Check-In, Agenda, Speakers, Content, Images, Feedback and end with Statistics/Results.
Digital Document Management System 2.0 (DDMS) is a government electronic records management system that was introduced in 2014. This project is one of the initiatives under the National Key Economics Area (NKEA), Communications, Content and Infrastructure (CCI), Entry Point Project (EPP) 6, eGovernment - Paperless Government established MS ISO 16175-2: 2012 Information and Documentation - Principles and functional requirements for records in electronic office environments
DCIM Integrated is a mobile application to centralize monitoring of a data center's critical systems and capacity. Achieved through the implementation of specialized software, hardware and sensors, DCIM enables common and real-time monitoring for all interdependent systems across IT. DCIM Integrated can help data center managers identify and eliminate sources of risk to increase availability of critical IT systems. DCIM Integrated also can be used to identify interdependencies between facility and IT infrastructures to alert the facility manager to gaps in system redundancy, and provide dynamic, holistic benchmarks on power consumption and efficiency to measure the effectiveness of "green IT" initiatives.