Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) allows organizations and companies leverage all of the same great benefits and cost savings involved with server virtualization software when applied to end-user workstations and desktops.
What is a VDI?
A VDI infrastructure centralizes management of all user profiles and configurations (installed applications, access controls, and various settings) for ease of use. Each individual’s desktop looks and feels exactly like it’s running a standalone tower PC or laptop, and is remotely accessible using cost effective and modern devices, such as thin clients or tablets.
Users gain the benefit of direct access to a company’s highly reliable and stable virtual platform, the added benefit of a personalized desktop experience, and the freedom to work offsite without the costs of deploying or maintaining PCs. VDI software solutions also facilitate centralized or remote diagnostics support for rapid, effective helpdesk and applications assistance.
At Swift Systems, we take the guesswork out of VDI.
We understand that it’s a great way for companies to save money and still get the benefits of desktop computing. If you have questions about VDI, or if you’re interested in setting up a virtual desktop infrastructure at your business, be sure to contact us and we will be happy to help you.