1.- It improves business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities. In case of incident, virtual desktops access can be performed anytime from a disaster recovery site.
2.- It enhances business agility. VDI enables the deployment of thousands of desktops in less time and at a lower cost than traditional deployments, improving competitivity when time to market is crucial.
3.- It simplifies management. The virtual machines which make up every virtual desktop are hosted on a central server, simplifying administrative tasks.
4.- It improves productivity and employee satisfaction. The user experience doesn’t change, even when a backup device is needed.
5.- It reduces downtime. When an issue occurs, the virtual desktop can be accessed remotely from any backup device, resuming activity inmediately.
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