Overcome the engineering remote access resistance

Many organizations see the benefit of centralizing IT into a single – or limited number – of global data centers. You know this will save…

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Martin Teetz

December 18, 20192 minute read

ETX at SMS group
ETX at SMS group

Many organizations see the benefit of centralizing IT into a single – or limited number – of global data centers. You know this will save a lot of money, increase IT security and streamline work processes, but engineers may provide strong resistance to centralizing their complex graphical solutions.

Engineers are used to using expensive and powerful personal workstations that provide the graphical power for their 2D and 3D imaging software, and remote access using VNC is often too slow for smooth interactions – not to mention unreliable. So, how do you overcome resistance to remote access?

Make your remote access engineers happy

Engineers working remotely need to know the software is reliable and that they can easily re-connect to the remote session to not lose recent work if there’s a network outage. OpenText™ Exceed™ TurboX is the solution for high-speed and reliable remote access for graphically demanding engineering software. Many customers worldwide are using Exceed TurboX to centralize their engineering IT and give engineers access from anywhere. The speed of Exceed TurboX allows for responsive remote access even over low bandwidth connections. The session suspend and resume feature of Exceed TurboX makes sure no work is lost when a remote connection has an outage or the remote access client crashes. Engineers can always resume an existing session.

Happy IT and management

High remote access security protects your valuable intellectual property. Securing data in a data center is much better than having data float around on user workstations around the globe. Communication between clients and Exceed TurboX servers is encrypted and protected from unwanted eavesdropping. Easy OS patching reduces the IT workload. Keeping application data central means no long-running data-sync has to take place. Having application data on local machines forces users to sync data with servers or other users, creating a versioning issue and resulting in very high bandwidth usage for moving around mostly very large graphical files.

Collaboration and improved workflows reduce the time to market of a product, putting a smile into the faces of upper management.

Are you using graphically demanding CAD, CAE, EDA software like Ansys engineering solutions, Autodesk Autocad, Cadence Virtuoso and other EDA software, Dassault Systems CATIA and SolidWorks, OpenSCAD, PTC Creo, or Rhino CAD? Check out OpenText Exceed TurboX for high-performance remote access to graphically demanding engineering software.

Request your trial now: resources.opentext.com/ETX-Consolidation

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Martin Teetz

Martin is an experienced Product Marketing Manager with long history in designing and marketing development and database software, marketing remote access software including launching the first Windows software development IDE and Windows database. He’s a keen content contributor to OpenText social channels.

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