Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) helps address specific business and security needs, including security and regulation, the elastic workforce, specific employees, specialized workloads, and business continuity. VDI works both on-prem and in the cloud. As illustrated below, the cloud option is customizable with minimum capital expenditure.
How Does VDI Work?
There are three ways to access a virtual desktop: (1) Native Windows win32 client application, (2) via Microsoft UWP Client Application (Microsoft Remote Desktop, Citrix Workspace), and (3) using a Web Browser (Chrome, IE, Safari).
What is Windows Virtual Desktop?
Windows Virtual Desktop, a desktop and app virtualization service that runs on the cloud, is the most sought-after virtual desktop experience, delivered on Azure. This industry-leading product provides the only multi-session Windows 10 experience, enables optimizations for Office 365 ProPlus, migrates Windows Server (RDS) desktop and apps, and deploys and scales in minutes.
Benefits of going from fixed, traditional endpoints to modern ones with Surface
Several benefits come with shifting to modern endpoints with Surface. Firstly, you can enjoy flexible form factors in on-demand and JIT scenarios. This device comes with pen, touch and detachable keyboard functionality, fully realized with broad device redirection support and business continuity readiness and support for evolving work scenarios. Secondly, there is online, offline and on-device access for more productive experiences to help you get the best of both worlds without compromising the “zero-trust” security model. Thirdly, the benefit of security and manageability, which includes secured chip-to-cloud security in the form of identity and access management, threat protection, information protection and security management, plus agile deployment with autopilot. Lastly, there is the ability to reduce your carbon footprint.
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