Should you move to Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)? [INFOGRAPHIC]

An increased demand to work from home or out of the office is pulling businesses away from the traditional company provided desktop. Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) allows users to access their computing environment from any device by using server-based computing. The benefits are that IT can access all devices remotely; efficiency is increased as software patches and security updates can be implemented more easily; and information is stored securely on a central server. The key advantage of adopting a virtual desktop infrastructure is secure access to company networks from anywhere, from any device with any operating system. Ultimately VDI saves money by reducing hardware and energy usage. Read more about Dell Cloud Computing options.

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