One of the ongoing challenges for modern IT managers and CIOs is keeping up with the continuous changes in technology. It is hard work to ensure support enablement for business strategies while at the same time creating efficient applications and infrastructures.
Constantly evolving market structures result in the need at times for reorganization and growth in new avenues to gain new customers, stay ahead of the competition, and capture additional streams of revenue.
Advancements in technology have helped many organizations create new, more effective business models that result in faster organic growth but force major organizational overhauls.
If your company is facing a growth spurt, VDI deployment can help to ease some of the frustration.
VDI or virtual desktop infrastructure is the process by which a user desktop is run virtually on a primary server inside of a data center.
- enables complete desktop personalization for each user
- desktops come with full security and centralized management
- delivers end-user mobility
- consolidates management and decreases costs