Getting on top of the desktop

What if we had a technology that made the remote working experience as smooth as sitting at a desktop PC in the office? Virtual desktop infrastructure promises to do just that

28th February, 2021
Getting on top of the desktop
Virtual desktop infrastructure does away with local installation of operating systems and applications, as well as data storage, and instead serves it to the desktop user from a server

How do you deliver desktop computing power to workers who are not at their desks? It’s a question that every company has been asking itself since March last year, and a number of solutions have sprung forth.

Remote access, file sharing, virtual private networks and, it has to be said, a fair amount of wing-and-a-prayer use of consumer services such as Dropbox and Google Drive have all featured. Standing head and shoulders above...

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