Virtual desktops are becoming more and more popular today as more and more organizations are extending to cater to universal clients. They are looking to develop a successful mobile strategy to deliver secure workspaces to their mobile work force anywhere and on any device over the cloud. The tools that are being used to manage virtual desktop infrastructure are also becoming more refined.
Virtual desktops are designed to give end-users continuous access to their personal desktops via any computing device, including laptops, smart phones or thin clients. According to Gartner, by 2013 the worldwide hosted virtual desktop market will grow to $ 65.7 billion, which will be equal to more than 40 percent of the worldwide professional PC market. By 2014 some 66 million connected devices will have migrated to HVD.
A virtual desktop gives IT administrators a way to centrally manage end-users’ desktops inside the data center where they can be more readily managed, updated and secured, instead of on disparate machines. The platform delivers reliable and scalable virtual desktop solutions that enable enterprises and service providers to help create, secure, deliver and streamline the lifecycle of virtual workspacesswiftly and efficiently.
A virtual desktop can provide many tangible benefits to an organization. Some of them are:
Increased Mobility – Deliver secure desktops to run on any device anywhere, anytime, resulting in significant cost savings, uncompromised user experience and performance advantages.
Cost Reduction – Achieve cost reduction by easier and faster deployment of applications and software updates that reduces compatibility issues. This in turn reduces administrative costs and increases productivity.
Central Management – As everything is centrally managed, stored and secured, there is no need to install updates, patch applications and back up files or scan for viruses on individual client devices.
Disaster Recovery – An employee’s data is continuously synched with network storage, in case of any unforeseen difficulties in business continuity. Users could be up and running quickly if disaster should strike, with quick access to a newly constructed virtual workspace.
Security – As information and data resides in remote data centers and not on end users’ devices, data is secure in case of any loss or damage to the end user device.
The dynamic virtual desktop platform delivers reliable and scalable virtual dektop solution that enables enterprises and service providers to help create, secure, deliver and streamline the lifecycle of virtual workspaces swiftly and efficiently.