Cloud Desktop is a cloud computing solution that gives you access to your desktop, files and business applications in the cloud. It allows you to work anywhere on any device as long as you have an internet connection.
Let’s Unpack That
The following key concepts help define the cloud by introducing the various tools available through its platform.
Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) – a form of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) in which VDI is outsourced and managed by a third party. Desktop-as-a-service, also called hosted desktop services, is often provided as a cloud service along with the applications needed to run on a virtual desktop.
Published applications – Published applications are virtual software programs that act as if they are installed locally. Users can access and run published applications in the same way as native applications. IT can deliver published applications on Windows and Linux desktops to users such as their mobile devices.
Persistent Desktop – a virtual desktop that stores data and user settings in the operating system. Like older physical desktops with persistent hard disk images, persistent virtual desktops allow users to store their own settings, files, and shortcuts on the desktop.
Central Processing Unit (CPU) – Also called the central processor as the main processor, are the electronic circuits in a computer that execute the instructions that make up a computer program.
Random Access Memory (RAM) – A type of data storage used in computers that is typically located on the motherboard. This type of memory is fast, and all information stored in RAM is lost when the computer is turned off.
Storage Area Network (SAN) – A dedicated, high-speed network that provides block-level network access to storage. SANs typically consist of hosts, switches, storage, and storage devices connected to different technologies, topologies, and protocols.
Graphics Processing Unit – Programmable logic chip (processor) especially for display functions. The GPU provides images, animations, and videos for the computer screen. GPUs are located on plug-in cards, on the motherboard chipset, or on the same CPU chip.
Why Choose Cloud Desktop?
- Seamless integration with remote staff and BCDR solutions
- It positively affects security-conscious companies that invest in protecting their data
- Flexible scales for different needs or companies hiring the company as seasonal employees
- It reduces operational efficiency costs and allows IT staff to focus on other projects that directly benefit the company
- Provides direct access to large files
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Is Desktop Right for My Organization?
DaaS is a joint conversation that takes place as part of discussions about a company’s IT strategy. Many of these discussions revolve around:
- Improve operational efficiency.
- Implement desktop deployment speed.
- Secure First – A secure way to access data and protect proprietary information.
- Create a BYOD environment.
- Own a business and can get staff on your systems in one day. Workers can move to share a landfill terminal
- Interesting kiosks
- Meet the small IT staff that will allow them to be efficient and manage all their desktops from a single administration portal
- Support the seasonal business model and ensure contact with employees
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