Applications and data are held on-site, enhancing accessibility while allowing organizations to retain total control over data.
Applications run in virtualized environments independently of the host OS. Machines can be locked down and frequently re-imaged without losing data or functionality.
Easily import existing AD/LDAP systems into Turbo Server to maintain identities across company services.
Users save all data to their account in the private cloud. Users can be blocked from saving to insecure locations on their host machine, preventing inadvertent data leaks.
Applications and runtimes are isolated from the host system – providing an extra layer of protection against Java, .NET, or application-based security holes.
Protect data by encrypting any synchronization activity or data transfers with SSL.
Turbo virtual applications are platform-agnostic and can run cross-architecture. Legacy applications can be run on the newest Windows operating systems.
Sandbox data can be stored to the cloud or to end-user devices. Configurable sandboxing policies enhance security for defense and HIPAA compliance scenarios.
Flexible license management allows control over total or simultaneous users, or time-based expiration.
Automate administrative tasks with command-line scripting compatibility.
Manage application versions, updates, and patches from a central portal. Shared sandboxes allow application versions to share user settings and files.
Create custom environments for different user-groups by setting custom applications.
Settings, favorites, and other application state data synchronizes automatically to Turbo Server. Continue working exactly where you left off when you move to a different device.
Access all of your files across all of your devices. Connect your folders to Turbo with a single click.
Private shares are created with the click of a button. Files can be distributed to team members and across networks with ease.
Server automatically backs up all synchronized content. Repair damaged or corrupted desktops with a single click.
App Virtualization Engine
Turbo is the only virtualization engine in its class to support virtualization of both 32- and 64-bit applications; system services and databases such as SQL Server; and advanced software technologies such as DCOM and SxS.
Fully user-mode implementation eliminates the need for device drivers, reboots, and administrative privileges. Deployment models include standalone EXE, MSI package, and HTTP-based delivery via the Turbo browser plugin.
Turbo allows legacy applications such as Internet Explorer 6 to run properly on Windows 7 and 8, reducing the costs and risks associated with operating system rollouts and assuring business continuity.
Platform merge allows virtual application behavior to be customized on a per-operating system basis while distributing a single, universal executable. The Turbo virtualization engine automatically resolves incompatibilities between multiple operating system variants.
Dynamic isolation management allows applications to run both in complete isolation or in shared virtual environments. Sandbox sharing enables data and settings to be shared between related applications.
Turbo virtualization executes applications at nearly the same speed as native binaries. No host operating system is required, dramatically reducing payload size and providing dramatically superior performance relative to hardware-level virtualization.
Server can be administered from any Windows desktop. Set up a new system with little-to-no investments in new infrastructure.
The Turbo virtual machine runs with minimal overhead, so applications run as if they are natively installed.
Create desktop and Start Menu shortcuts for commonly used applications.