A virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) provides users with desktops and applications on their computers, notebooks, and mobile clients. They get direct access to data and features – stored and managed in the data center as if they were loaded on their local devices. IT Managers get peace of mind with a comprehensive solution set that offers the following advantages:
Many businesses are ready to make the move to Virtual Desktops and an integrated, virtualized desktop infrastructure (VDI). They want to exploit the compelling benefits - both economic and operational - that are driving this popular approach to managing IT. But taking on the transition can be intimidating. That's where CWPS comes in.
In the world of “virtual desktops” a user's operating system, apps and files are hosted and managed in the data center. Each user’s individualized desktop configuration is accessed over a wireless or wired network from any device — PC, laptop, tablet, smartphone — just by logging in with a username and password.