Understanding How VDI Works

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a technology that allows users to access a virtualized version of a desktop operating system from a remote location, typically via Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) or Virtual Network Computing (VNC). A virtual replica of a physical desktop runs on a hypervisor, a software layer that allows multiple VMs to run on a single physical server. VDI can be accessed from any device with a suitable RDP or VNC client and offers benefits like security, backup and IT management. Learn more about how VDI works and how to utilize it for your business:

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