Benefits of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

| June 12, 2019

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Over 75% of organizations utilize some form of virtualization, with over 90% reporting they have virtualized or plan to. Other reports state that the value of the global cloud-based VDI market may exceed $10 billion by 2023. These astonishing numbers don’t come without merit.  The benefits of moving toward a virtual desktop infrastructure are significant and can have enormous benefits for your business. Here is a list of eleven big benefits of VDI. List of 11 Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Benefits. Enhanced productivity. Employees are empowered to work from wherever they are and from whatever internet connected device they have.  Now, they can work from home, on the train, at the doctor’s office, or wherever life may take them.  Being out of the office is no longer a barrier to teams collaborating and moving projects forward.

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