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Save a vast amount in operations and annual capital expenditure.
Protect your work from any threats.
Data is centralized and secured at rest, in transit, and in use.
24x7 available support team for regular or emergency services.
64% Achieved less downtime and fewer unplanned outages
74% of respondents reduced infrastructure costs
DaaS solutions provide complete hosted desktops securely delivered over the web. DaaS is virtually the same as VDI, but the infrastructure is cloud-based. Organizations that subscribe to a DaaS offering can manage their hardware without managing their hardware.
DaaS is beneficial for small and medium-sized businesses. Every business needs infrastructure and computers.
DaaS can be the solution for customers who like the centralization and standardization of VDI. They are attracted to the simplicity of having a professional organization perform essential desktop management on their behalf. DaaS offers many advantages to IT by simplifying operations and securely delivering Windows desktops and apps to its workforce.
A virtual desktop may cost two times less than a traditional PC as there are fewer moving parts, the absence of a local hard disk, and reduced power consumption.
DaaS shifts the security burden away from the individual device and places it within a data center infrastructure geared up for the highest levels of protection and compliance.
Access to a personal PC desktop experience from anywhere, using any device, including Macbooks, Chromebooks, tablets, and other mobile devices.
The dynamic nature of DaaS, with its rapid provisioning, inherent scalability, and Opex model, is fit for organizations needing to expand quickly or wanting to respond to time-critical opportunities.
Businesses may need hardware and upgrades to scale their data storage to support more users.
Mandatory software upgrades are required to ensure fail-safe systems are in place if a hardware failure occurs.
You should ensure that all the necessary hardware security measures are in place and keep them running smoothly.
Reduces the resources required to support and administer end-user computing (OS patches and other updates can be pushed through a centralized system)
Enabling the use of personal devices (BYOD)
Disaster recovery/emergency preparedness (in the case of natural or electronic disasters, employees can maintain access to the organization's desktop environments)
Simplifies application deployment
Data is no longer vulnerable on a local device but held and regularly backed up in a secure, hosted environment.
reduction in desktop support spending
reduction in desktop downtime
reduction in time spent on routine maintenance
reduction in time spent on regular maintenance
reduction in average recovery time