US federal agencies rely on VDI

by | Sep 14, 2015

The US Government's IT pros rely on desktop virtualization to provide the end users with the appropiate tools for their work while guaranteeing security.

These IT pros have usually to deal with tougher regulatory and compliance constraitns than other companies. But users request the same flexibility and need to work anywhere and using any device.

That's why VDI is the most suitable technology and more and more agencies are implementing it.

Using VDI they can decide what vApp are available for each user and avoid data breaches, since they can separate available data for users from other info stored in the data center, keeping sensitive data far from the workforce’s devices. In addition, it is a transparent change for workers, so they don’t have to adapt to the use of a new technology.

This is only one of the areas that is taking advantage of dektop virtualization, because this technology can be implemented in any company or organization, both public and private.

Source: SearchVirtualDesktop



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