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
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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