Here are three trends that is driving the increased adoption of cloud desktops.
Working Remotely: Enough has been said about how Covid-19 has changed working practices. We have seen how teams had to find immediate solutions to be able to work remotely. Now, it is hard to imagine any organization not having remote working as a part of their IT infrastructure, even after lockdowns become a welcome distant memory.
Budget constraints: Hundreds of thousands of businesses are facing financial hardships whilst also having to spend on a remote-enabled work force. A successful cloud desktop reduces the reliance on expensive physical office spaces and associated additional costs.
Increased Cyber Threats: The temporary solutions adopted in order to support remote working during the lockdowns have increased security vulnerabilities as reflected by the increasing number of cyberattacks during Covid-19. A cloud desktop enables you to put a secure fence around your company’s data and end users. Traffic is restricted to a tightly controlled and well-defined access process, with all applications and operating systems running from one secure location in the cloud.
A cloud desktop has always offered heightened security and this is even more important now, especially if your end users are spread across multiple locations.
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