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Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a technology that hosts desktop environments on a centralized server and uses virtual machines to provide virtual desktops to users on request over a network. As a form of desktop virtualization, it enables user mobility and remote access, along with significant IT cost savings and security improvements.
VDI provides a virtual desktop environment with secure, high-performance, on-demand access to managed virtual desktops and applications.
One of the key benefits VDI provides is allowing users to work from anywhere just like they were connected to their organization’s local network. This workforce transformation empowers virtual workers to keep operations running smoothly while working from home. In addition, there are other business benefits including:
Is Your VDI Cybersecure?
By leveraging Unisys Stealth® deployed on all your endpoints that interface with your VDI, you can secure your VDI environment. With rapid isolation of the intruder, you can prevent lateral movement and data exfiltration.
By transferring the physical desktop computer contents to the cloud, you can allow employees to connect to a virtual desktop from their devices at home. In addition, enabling virtual desktops in the cloud has the side benefit that the state can “cloud-burst” – quickly expanding from on-premise capacity to the cloud when demand for computing capacity strikes.
A government agency made a heroic transition from working entirely on-prem to extensive remote work. In the office, the state employees used under-the-desk workstations with large monitors – equipment that was not going home with them. One option might have been to procure thousands of laptops to provision and take home, but with supply chains abruptly interrupted, that was not possible. Instead, the agency transferred their physical desktop contents to the cloud, allowing employees to connect to virtual desktops from their personal devices at home.