As technology progresses, the question that continuously comes up is how do we get better prepared for a mobile workplace? Instead of being contained to getting access to key applications between your organization’s four walls, you can get limitless capability to access your workspace virtually anywhere. This is where Microsoft’s Virtual Desktop Infrastructure could be a major benefit to your organization. Microsoft’s VDI is an excellent option for the users who want the flexibility to access their workspace without VPN and still have that “in the office” feel and performance.
VDI has some great benefits and one that stands out is reduced costs. For any organization, saving IT costs is always something on their outlooks and through VDI, it just allows for less complex IT environments. The environment is centrally managed in one location and this in turn just means easier to manage and takes that guessing game out of where resources are located. You could even manage RemoteApp programs all from one location giving the user a very rich user experience as well.
As far as features of Microsoft’s Virtual Desktop Infrastructure some key points to illustrate are: