- Hardware costs—on virtual desktops, unlike physical versions, OS and Application updates and revisions rarely require new hardware.
- Compliance and data security—PCs running virtual desktops contain no data, so information remains secure even when hardware is lost or stolen.
- IT productivity—virtualization lets IT solve client problems at the datacenter, not one at a time at the PC.
- Growth—new desktops are available instantly to new employees or partners anywhere in the world, for agility and performance at scale.
- Resilience—central management and protection of virtual desktops and data will help withstands disasters and recovers quickly when they occur.
Controlling desktop configuration and cost using by using innovative application layering technology to streamline the delivery of Windows desktop applications gives users and your IT department quick flexibility and shorter set up periods. The user can receive their applications exactly when and where they need them on demand.
Instead of maintaining individual desktops—operating system and core applications—on several hundred PC’s, your IT department can manage just a few desktop images in the datacenter. The end user can share access to those master images over networks using a virtual display protocol.
In cases where data must remain secure, virtualization provides the same level of efficiency to data protection as it does to data access. As your company grows, new employees quickly ramp up to a productive mode by skipping the hours or days of setup, configuration, and aggravation and, instead, shift focus from their tools to their tasks. With several major benefits to implementing VDI your IT department can rapidly deploy a common, supported desktop environment across your network.
A single server can support many virtual desktops. Each of these desktops reacts as a standalone Windows desktop. Users connecting to a virtual desktop can have full access to all features of that VM without impacting the other virtual desktops or the host server.