VDI for Business Development: Is it Here to Stay After 2020

As COVID-19 has changed the way we live and work, an increasing number of businesses have embraced remote working. With lockdown restrictions imposed in many countries, companies have been unable to operate as they normally would. Fortunately, technology has enabled firms to continue functioning and ensured that employees can operate from remote locations.

Now that lockdown restrictions are being relaxed in many regions, many people are wondering whether remote working will continue to be the norm. By installing a fully functional virtual desktop infrastructure, there’s certainly no doubt that technology enables companies to operate efficiently, even when employees are working from home.

Indeed, many companies have been surprised at just how easy the transition has been. By working with virtual desktop providers to find the best solutions for their commercial needs, businesses have implemented VDI solutions at a fast pace and reaped the rewards. With many firms still eager to upgrade their systems and servers, the transition towards complete cloud computing could be closer than we realize.

As employees have become accustomed to working from home, many are keen to continue working remotely, even when lockdown restrictions are removed entirely. For companies, the potential to reduce expenditure and minimize costs means that using a virtual desktop could be a savvy operational decision. To learn more about the benefits a VDI provider can offer, why not get in touch with us today?

At vDesk.works, we understand the importance of finding the right desktop virtualization and cloud solutions for your business. To learn more about our flexible and dynamic solutions, contact us today at 650-461-9170 or 469-908-0801.

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Authors Emma Carson
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