Instead of replacing Legacy PCs and laptops after three to four years it is more efficient to use virtual desktops save cost.
Scale your VDI for remote working.
With a VDI solution, organizations can obtain a number of benefits. The computing takes place on the host server, rather than at the end-user device, so the hardware requirements for the endpoint are less. This potentially decreases the investment in an endpoint devices, and it may be easier to support a variable range of remote and mobile devices. As the hardware requirement of the desktop software changes, it may also be reliable to reallocate CPU and memory from the server side than from the endpoint devices.
System administrators spend less time managing and maintaining each individual endpoint Due to the centralized nature of VDI desktops.
Why VDI is growing in Importance?
- Increasing diversity of end-user device form factors on which business is being conducted: laptop computers, smartphones, business tablets, etc.
- Rising desktop maintenance and upgrade costs associated with OS refreshes
- Globalization and an increasingly geographically dispersed workforce that includes contractors, offshore workers, call centers, and consultants
- Availability of cost-effective and ubiquitous broadband
- Proliferation of server virtualization, creating increased density of virtual desktops deployable on an x86 server blade
- Growing trust in the cloud for business services, applications, and data access
Give users access to their desktops and applications at any time, on any device, regardless of geographic location.
Protect your IP by keeping data, virtual desktops, and applications in your secure data center and controlled by policy.
Rapidly deploy and scale new or updated applications and desktop operating systems, without user disruption.
Reduce CapEx and OpEx
Centralize desktop and application patches and upgrades, while using lower-cost endpoint devices and facilitating BYOD.