Virtualised desktop infrastructure: keeping it real for remote workers
When the pandemic hit in March 2020 and companies were obliged to facilitate staff working from home, there were two IT strategies they could follow. But now that we’re heading towards the back end of 2021, only one of them is truly adaptable and fit for long term use
While remotely accessing company assets through cloud-enabled apps works well, only fully virtualised desktop infrastructure (VDI) truly replicates the office desktop experience for users. Using VDI, users can log in to a virtual machine using a wide range of access devices from anywhere, and be looking at the same on-screen setup they would see on an office desktop.
In addition, VDI offers great security and peace of mind for companies that are redesigning their workflows...
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