Desktop virtualization is an increasingly important technology for many organizations. As businesses face restrictive budgets, uncertain funding, demands for BYOD strategies and pressures to collaborate over a dispersed workforce, desktop virtualization allows companies to provide a simple, cost-effective and secure way for employees to access applications and resources needed to perform their job function from any device, from any location.
A virtual desktop or virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) means that a user’s desktop environment is stored remotely on a server, rather than on a local PC or other client computing device. Desktop virtualization software separates the desktop operating systems, applications and data from the hardware client, storing this “virtual desktop” on a remote server.
Not only will end users enjoy consistent desktop performance even during boot storms or other peak load conditions, your cost of delivering a state-of-the-art user experience will decrease. Virtual desktops deliver strong security through centralized management of applications and associated data but with the flexibility to deliver user sessions to multiple devices.
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