Remote desktop services can enable an organization to keep their businesses running in a crisis without missing a beat.
Building your DaaS and virtual desktop managed service in Azure can be a high value service to grow your business, and it doesn’t have to mean a heavy investment in additional staff or resources.
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.
The demand for DaaS spiked when the pandemic began, but can MSPs and VARs expect adoption to continue?
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.
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.
Why you should revisit your end user computing strategy and adopt a cloud-first approach.
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.