During this time, certain features will be unavailable.
All applications and data are hosted on a single, private cloud and can be accessed from any Windows desktop. Data stays on premise for maximum security.
Settings and documents automatically sync across devices. Files and applications are accessible from any computer via an integrated web portal.
Applications are streamed to user desktops and run on clean desktops without administrative privileges. Desktops can be re-imaged and locked-down without sacrificing functionality.
Server supports Windows 8/8.1 and IE 11. Upgrade to the latest Windows operating system without losing compatibility for legacy applications.
Desktop caching and registration allow users to download applications to their machines for offline use.
Applications run using local computer resources. This lightens server loads while allowing organizations to take advantage of existing infrastructure.
Turbo Server lets you easily manage your identity settings through the Administration Site. Users can be created manually, imported from LDAP or Active Directory directory services, or authenticated externally using Single Sign On.
Turbo Server supports custom domain configurations to suite your organizational needs. Add and remove servers to your domain topology and configure domain-wide settings, such as load-balancing and resource allocation strategies.
View real-time graphs detailing the total CPU, memory, number of sessions, and other resource usage information for each server in your domain.
You can add applications to your Turbo Server by importing pre-configured applications from an external Hub server, such as the Turbo.net Hub, or by deploying your own custom applications from Turbo Studio.
Each application can be configured with custom appearance settings, launch behavior, and permissions.