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What plan options are available for HP Workspace?

Product Name: HP Workspace
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What plan options are available for HP Workspace?

 

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Re: What plan options are available for HP Workspace?

HP Workspace is an application virtualization service with application testing and delivery provided by trained HP Workspace Service Desk agents lightening the load for a customer’s IT group. HP Workspace is available in two service options - Essential and Premium.

 

Essential is a great solution for organizations who have mostly-mobile workers who need to be in “desktop mode” using Windows or web-based line-of-business applications less than a few of hours a day. Premium provides additional virtualized applications, more cloud computing power, and additional hours for users who need to use applications in a desktop mode more frequently. With either service, there is a VPN integration service option (sold separately).The VPN service enables secure access to data and databases behind a company’s firewall.

 

HP Workspace plan options at a glance:

 

Essential

Premium

Add-On Service

Monthly usage (per user)

40 hours

80 hours

1 year VPN integration

Cloud processing power (per user)

Dedicated vCPU

Dedicated vCPU

Licensing is per VPN gateway – not per user

Virtual machine RAM (per user)

4GB RAM

8GB RAM

 

Virtualized Apps

10

Unlimited

 

Application analytics

Detailed usage reports

 

Support

Mon-Fri deployment and incident support[1]

Mon-Fri deployment and incident support7

 

Per-user service licenses are available for 1, 2, and 3 year terms.

 

[1] See regional Service Desk hours in the HP Workspace Service Level Agreement (SLA) at www.hp.com/go/workspace.

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Re: What plan options are available for HP Workspace?

HP Workspace is an application virtualization service with application testing and delivery provided by trained HP Workspace Service Desk agents lightening the load for a customer’s IT group. HP Workspace is available in two service options - Essential and Premium.

 

Essential is a great solution for organizations who have mostly-mobile workers who need to be in “desktop mode” using Windows or web-based line-of-business applications less than a few of hours a day. Premium provides additional virtualized applications, more cloud computing power, and additional hours for users who need to use applications in a desktop mode more frequently. With either service, there is a VPN integration service option (sold separately).The VPN service enables secure access to data and databases behind a company’s firewall.

 

HP Workspace plan options at a glance:

 

Essential

Premium

Add-On Service

Monthly usage (per user)

40 hours

80 hours

1 year VPN integration

Cloud processing power (per user)

Dedicated vCPU

Dedicated vCPU

Licensing is per VPN gateway – not per user

Virtual machine RAM (per user)

4GB RAM

8GB RAM

 

Virtualized Apps

10

Unlimited

 

Application analytics

Detailed usage reports

 

Support

Mon-Fri deployment and incident support[1]

Mon-Fri deployment and incident support7

 

Per-user service licenses are available for 1, 2, and 3 year terms.

 

[1] See regional Service Desk hours in the HP Workspace Service Level Agreement (SLA) at www.hp.com/go/workspace.

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Re: What plan options are available for HP Workspace?

 

 

HP Workspace is an application virtualization service with application testing and delivery provided by trained HP Workspace Service Desk agents lightening the load for a customer’s IT group. HP Workspace is available in two service options - Essential and Premium.

 

Essential is a great solution for organizations who have mostly-mobile workers who need to be in “desktop mode” using Windows or web-based line-of-business applications less than a few of hours a day. Premium provides additional virtualized applications, more cloud computing power, and additional hours for users who need to use applications in a desktop mode more frequently. With either service, there is a VPN integration service option (sold separately).The VPN service enables secure access to data and databases behind a company’s firewall.

 

HP Workspace plan options at a glance:

 

                                                                                Essential                                           Premium                             Add-On Service

 

Monthly usage (per user)                             40 hours                                           80 hours                   1 year VPN integration

 

Cloud processing power (per user)      Dedicated vCPU                         Dedicated vCPU      Licensing is per VPN gateway – not per user

 

Virtual machine RAM (per user)                 4GB RAM                                         8GB RAM

 

Virtualized Apps                                                  ≤10                                               Unlimited

 

Application analytics                                          —                                         Detailed usage reports

 

Support               Mon-Fri deployment and incident support[1)    Mon-Fri deployment and incident support7

 

Per-user service licenses are available for 1, 2, and 3 year terms.

 

[1] See regional Service Desk hours in the HP Workspace Service Level Agreement (SLA) atwww.hp.com/go/workspace.

 

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