I have recently been working on a project to implement Liquidware Labs ino an exsisting End User Computing environment. The desktops are non-persistent and roaming. This allows for a user to login to a thin client in one room, then move to another room bringing that desktop along with them when they login. The system was already setup using VMWare Horizon View 6.2 and Microsoft Windows 7 for the desktops. For hardware it was using Cisco UCS for the compute and EMC XtremIO for storage. All inside an VCE Converged vBlock. Everything was online and running, but it still had a few requirements that were not being met. Such as printer mapping and profile roaming. We were not sure exactly which direction to go, but I was lucky enough to work with Eduardo Molina and Roundtower who directed us to use Liquidware Labs. They helped us a lot with the implementation and training to get everything up and running. I was lucky enough to be part of a whitepaper, and you can read more about it in this here.