Enable Desktop-as-a-Service to increase performance and scalability
Company employees used to be tethered closely to a desktop or laptop for much of their work. Now, a digital workspace powered by Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) provides greater flexibility, so that employees can access the applications and data they need securely—from any device at any location.
End users can Bring Their Own Device (BYOD) to get access anywhere, from any browser.
Simplify App Management
Reduce operational complexity and simplify administration.
Improve Data Security
Eliminate risks by using role-based access control and decoupling locally stored data.
Dive into Desktop-as-a-Service
Explore the rise of DaaS in the workplace and the many use cases for which organizations are finding DaaS to be a key driver of productivity and cost savings.
Today, many enterprises are choosing desktop-as-a-service solutions as a complement to their existing VDI deployments, while others choose it as an alternative to VDI. In both scenarios, DaaS provides substantial benefits—it’s fast and flexible to deploy, places virtually no burden on IT admins, and provides organizations with application agility.
DaaS Solves a Number of VDI Issues
Many organizations choose DaaS over VDI because it’s simply a better fit. Running VDI in-house can be challenging due to constraints that may include app integration and delivery, budget limitations, and lack of VDI experts. VDI also requires significant upfront capital expense, and you may find yourself regularly adding hardware as the number of virtual desktop users grows. If demand shrinks, however, you’re left paying for unused hardware resources.