Tehama’s Virtual Desktops running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) quickly and securely connects remote workers around the globe with business-critical data and applications.
Companies are discovering that Desktop as a Service isn’t just an excellent pandemic-era solution, it’s a good investment.
The demand for DaaS spiked when the pandemic began, but can MSPs and VARs expect adoption to continue?
During COVID-19 shutdowns, Desktop as a Service solutions, like VMware’s, enabled employees to quickly work from home and support them throughout the crisis.
Remote desktop services can enable an organization to keep their businesses running in a crisis without missing a beat.
Why you should revisit your end user computing strategy and adopt a cloud-first approach.
Desktop as a Service can allow your clients to work remotely and enhance security, but a successful migration to the cloud requires avoiding these seven mistakes.
Desktop as a Service, which is simple to deploy, accessible from any device, easy to manage and secure, can be your clients’ first step to cloud computing.