Virtual Desktop Interface (VDI) Solution

Software, Resources and Support for Your Virtual Desktops

VDI Solution

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) involves running end-user desktops on Virtual Machines (VMs) that may be hosted in the cloud or on dedicated bare metal servers. In such an environment, each user is allocated a dedicated virtual machine that runs a separate operating system. VDI provides an isolated environment for each employee and offers the same user experience as a traditional physical desktop.
Users can log into their VMs on any device and anywhere through a secure network. A VDI hosted environment provides an end-user experience through a virtualized backend that hosts VMs. One of the virtualization tools is VMware vCloud, which emphasizes scalability and rapid deployment.
While not perfect for every business use case, the right VDI deployments offer optimal performance at a fraction of the price of a fleet of equally powerful physical desktops.

Maximize Productivity and Lower Support Costs

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Security of VDI Architecture

VDI is particularly useful when businesses have to deal with critical and confidential data. The fact that end-users can only access a virtualized application entrusts admins that the virtual desktop environment will stay safe even if an individual user’s experience is compromised.
When talking about physical theft, VDI is the safest implementation option for a business environment. For example, if an employee’s business laptop gets stolen, you can rest assured that no confidential data has been exposed. The storage unit on the machine will have no relevant business data as all critical information is safely stored back in the data center.

By utilizing a virtualized environment for your VDI implementation, you get peace of mind knowing that users are accessing the platform through a secure encrypted tunnel. We can safely say that hosting VDI on cloud infrastructure is a distinct cost-effective and secure deployment method. It offers numerous advantages to businesses with this type of needs.

Benefits of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)