VIRTUAL DESKTOP INFRASTRUCTURE
Increased productivity and security for employees and contractors
Enterprises use VDI to deliver business apps to employees and contractors quickly and efficiently. It can simplify desktop management, reduce costs and increase security. A highly responsive VDI service is needed for users to be productive. Highly Responsive and Secure connectivity is required for a highly responsive VDI Solution
Challenges with Incumbent Solutions
Why current products fail to meet customer requirements
VDI solutions can be expensive with a weak ROI. So it is imperative that they perform well.
Poor network performance leads to a bad VDI experience that results in frustrated and unproductive users.
VDI Investment ROI
Enterprises invest in VDI infrastructure that is designed for secure remote access and reap the benefits when users can access their virtual desktops efficiently from anywhere at any time. However, virtual desktop environments can be prone to significant VDI performance issues if there is a poor network connection. VDI security needs to protect sensitive data and virtual machine files, but that should not impact performance. Hence, when requesting a VDI demo, VDI performance is a critical parameter for enterprises to measure.
VDI Support Cost
Calls from virtual desktop users can be one of the top issues facing an IT support team supporting the digital workspace. Enterprises need to minimize the VDI environment support costs by eliminating performance bottlenecks and gaining granular visibility into the VDI performance issues and Microsoft Azure infrastructure.
Users are most productive when they can access their business apps with the best quality of experience. While VDI products are good at delivering business apps and Windows desktops to users, high productivity is achieved when the underlying virtual machine and networks supporting the VDI perform well.
With modern identity and access management, a user should be able to work from anywhere on any machine using any of the top operating systems. VDI must be flexible and include VDI privacy so users can work from anywhere without worrying about VDI performance issues, especially slowness of response issues caused by underlying network quality issues. See [What is VDI]