Virtual Desktop

A VDI, or virtual desktop infrastructure, hosts an operating system on a centralized server. With a VDI, authorized users can access anything on an organization's server, from any device, through a secure portal. Meaning, any device can be used to access a company server and company files -- employees won’t need dedicated work laptops.

In this guide learn why VDI is popular for a variety of reasons including:

  • Cost
  • Manageability
  • Flexibility
  • Security and other benefits

Also get an in-depth view on:

  • How VDI works
  • Requirements
  • Persistent vs. non-persistent deployments
  • Products and vendors
  • And more