Virtual desktop technology is highly flexible in supporting a wide array of mobile clients and operating systems. Yet, not every mobile device setup delivers a great user experience.
Identity management is becoming vital for preventing unauthorized access to sensitive data, especially in industries like health care and retail.
In the past five years, more and more businesses have adopted the desktop virtualization model, citing benefits such as efficiency, security, application data mobility, lower costs, and end user satisfaction. According to Technavio, the virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) market shows no signs of slowing down. It is expected to reach $14 billion globally by 2020.
Electronic records and BYOD are changing IT infrastructure needs in the world of health.
Virtual desktop solutions require careful thinking around capacity planning, security, user experience, BYOD and resource management.