Virtual Desktop Infrastructure: Benefits and Use Cases
Under the umbrella of this digital transformation and acceleration trend, one virtualization technology is becoming increasingly popular, virtual desktop infrastructure. VDI is used by enterprises to provide workers, customers and users with access to its central system and the necessary tools and resources they need.
As a powerful tool, VDI can help organizations improve their security, reduce costs, increase flexibility and simplify management.
TechRepublic Premium dives into VDI, its use cases, challenges, benefits and more.
From the article:
THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF VDI
Persistent VDI is similar to using a traditional physical desktop but with the added benefits of central management and security. Persistent VDI is an ideal option for organizations that work, for example, in software development or employ workers who need to make changes to the system and save or modify files and apps. A graphic design company might also use persistent VDI to provide its designers with dedicated virtual desktops where they can store their design files and applications.
The download comprises a 10-page document.
This is available to download for $9. Or free with a Premium annual subscription: click here to find out more.
TIME SAVED: It took 18 hours of writing, editing and research to create this content.
Subscribe to the TechRepublic Premium Exclusives Newsletter
Save time with the latest TechRepublic Premium downloads, including customizable IT & HR policy templates, glossaries, hiring kits, features, event coverage, and more. Exclusively for you! Delivered Tuesdays and Thursdays.