Two important use cases.
1. One of the most common user cases is in businesses that are especially concerned with data security. A DaaS service, properly configured, can mitigate many of the security risks associated with physical devices- for e.g. risks that are associated with removable devices.
2. DaaS has proven to be a good fit for business continuity in times of disaster. For instance, the COVD-19 pandemic has forced most office staff to work from home. DaaS enables employees to fully access their office desktop environments remotely and from any device they have chosen. Since the virtual desktops are hosted in the cloud, users can continue working from their chosen device, in the face of almost any disaster, so long as internet connectivity and power is available. This is just one example of using DaaS for business continuity.
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