Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Use Cases

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a technology that allows users to access a virtualized version of a desktop operating system from a remote location. This is achieved by using a remote server to host the virtual desktop, which can be accessed via a remote client device such as a laptop or tablet.

VDI allows users to access their own personal desktop, complete with their own settings, files, and applications, from any location with an internet connection. This technology is particularly useful for organizations that have employees working remotely, as it allows them to access their work desktop and applications from anywhere, promoting flexibility and productivity. This video will reveal some of the best VDI use cases and if you need this technology for your business:

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