Why Virtual Desktops are the Perfect Solution for a Unified Network

Virtual desktops can be used to unify businesses by allowing all users to log in to any computer and be able to access all applications from any location. This creates a safer network because no data is being stored or saved locally. Virtual desktops can offer greater security while making business more productive and efficient by creating a cohesive network.   Connects Users Cloud technology ensures all users can log onto their desktop from any location. Many employees are inconvenienced by the necessity to sit at the same desktop all day in order to access their data. By using a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), all employees can log into their…

How Virtual Desktops Infrastructure Makes Businesses More Efficient

What is VDI? According to CDW, at its most basic incarnation, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is the practice of hosting a desktop operating system within a virtual machine (VM) running on a centralized server. The desktop images can then be accessed by different types of devices such as desktop, laptops, thin clients and mobile devices. For a larger group of users, like one would find at any given small to midsize business, it makes sense to create a large number of virtual desktops on a cloud that operators can connect to using a thin client system. How does it all work? In the typical VDI, a special software application called…