The idea behind what is called a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is to run desktop operating systems and applications inside virtual machines that reside on servers in the data centre. It simplifies desktop administrative and management tasks, Users access virtual desktop running in the data centre, Technology supports both PCs and Clients and Desktop security and data protection are centralized access can be easily extended to remote user.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure gives you numerous benefits. It allows you to have central management of all your desktops and really control what is being installed and used on the desktops. With VDI, you have greater control of how you secure your desktop. You can lock down the image from external devices or prevent copying data from the image to your local machine. You can push out a Windows Vista image from a central location to the group of managers. You can create a library of VDI images to meet all of your company needs. You will have the ability to roll back desktops to different states. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure help companies to reduce their total cost of ownership, increase business agility and continuity, enable anywhere access, and improve security and compliance. A Virtual Desktop Infrastructure solution allows organizations to centrally manage desktops in the datacenter while providing a personalized desktop experience for end users.
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