Ceedo is an Israeli startup focused on application virtualization.
The company, funded by Intel Capital, was founded in 2005 by Dror Wettenstein.
In November Ceedo launched a product for consumers, Ceedo Personal, which presents an unusual approach: instead of blending virtual applications in the operating system, it collects them in a dedicated menu, called Easy Access Menu, which mimics (but doesn’t replace) the Windows one.
The product supports Windows XP and Vista and can be run from a USB key. In fact Lexar resells the solution under the name PowerToGo.
Now Ceedo releases an enterprise version of its platform, which allows to deploy/update/remove new virtual applications or define virtual workspaces policies from a centralized management system.
The company pricing starts from $89 per seat (with a perpetual license).
Download a trial here.