Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
As the size of your enterprise increases, the complexity of the desktop estate increases. Procedures as easy as applying the most recent OS hotfixes or ensuring that virus definitions are updated can quickly turn into hours of work at night, when PCs are not in use.
VDI allows you to manage more with less human resources
A virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environment enables your company’s IT professionals to centrally manage thin client machines and your virtual desktops. This allows you to complete the majority of your work during the day in a centralized manner.
VDI allows you to implement desktop management policies that result in easier desktop management.
What is VDI?
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a collection of solutions that allows you to quickly and easily deploy and manage your desktop estate.In the past few years, some large organizations have turned to VDI to complement their server-based computing (SBC) solutions, thus developing a robust desktop and application delivery strategy.
Benefits of VDI
- Desktops are created in minutes, not hours
- Client PCs are more economically efficient and longer lasting than standard desktop computers.
- IT prices are reduced due to fewer technicians and faster support solutions.
- Fewer compatibility problems, particularly with single-user software packages.
- Enhanced data security.