|Why Evolve AnyWhere?|
Simplest desktop virtualization ever – no specific requirements for hardware (indeed, you can even take a VM and make it a Evolve AnyWhere virtualization host), no post-install configuration by default, no need for network restructure or firewall changes to provide access to your virtual desktops. If you want to use the desktop virtualization solution to the fullest, you'll need to configure a parameter or two, but even these configurations are far easier than those found in many other virtualization solutions.
Evolve AnyWhere Client – requires no installation and needs no elevated privileges to run. It's very easy to deploy, it's quick to customize and it comes with some great features like USB PnP client and document finder.
Secure access – Evolve AnyWhere includes a flexible VPN support which is very easy to configure. Universal Client: Requires no installation or administrator permissions, easy to deploy, highly customizable, USB PnP client, document finder.
Two-factor authentication out of the box – you use USB sticks based application (Universal Client) to
access your virtual desktop, and you are also required to have a PIN selected upon your first attempt to access the remote session. You're not limited to USB sticks of course – it can be any other media, including a shared folder on your network. You can generate Universal Clients which will prompt for both username and passwords, be user-specific (only password will be prompted), or even have both username and password hardcoded – so you simply provide PIN to access your remote desktop. Client locks itself to the USB device effectively turning the USB drive to a hardware remote access token, similar to traditional smart cards.
Universal Client printing – allows you to print from your virtual desktop to a local printer configured on your client's side. No need to reinstall drivers inside the virtual machine, and if you have different printers configured on different client desktops, they'll be automatically available when you connect to virtual desktops from these clients.
Application publishing – only show the applications you want your users to use. If you want even more control – configure which specific users may access each published application.