Lenovo's Secure Cloud Access (SCA), powered by Stoneware's webNetwork, is a comprehensive solution for the web-enabled data center. SCA allows organizations to deploy their own private and hybrid clouds installed inside their data center on either physical or virtual servers for the delivery of applications and services to their end users.
Through a desktop built in the browser, SCA provides users seamless access to their web or Windows applications and network files from anywhere, all the time, from any device - as long as the user has an Internet connection and a web browser.
Virtual Web Desktop (webOS)
Stoneware's Virtual Web Desktop, webOS, is a desktop built inside a web browser. Users connecting to the SCA private cloud will automatically be presented with a web desktop that provides access to all data center applications and resources.
Improved support for multiple application delivery models
Stoneware's technology allows organizations to easily publish applications commonly found in the data center into their webNetwork private/hybrid cloud environment using a variety of delivery methods. Users can access their web, Windows, and hosted applications via their web desktop built inside the browser. This includes embracing the delivery of services to unmanaged devices, such as smart phones, and most other portable devices.
In every business problem that Stoneware attempts to solve with technology, there is a fundamental element of security that surrounds it. It is of critical importance that every application and service that is accessed through SCA is secure.
SCA provides single sign-on to all applications and services that are accessed via the private cloud. Single sign-on simplifies access for end users while reducing the management overhead associated with password reset.
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