While you may already be familiar with the concept of a “dumb terminal”, you may be thinking about it in the context of what is now the “old new“ of “virtual desktop technology”. VDI was something of a false dawn and failed many organisations due to its cost, complexity and the need for additional delivery infrastructure and software.
The relatively new Desktops-as-a-Service (remote desktop virtualization) model which is provided through modern cloud computing is now the new black and uses what is essentially a Software-as-a-Service model to drive this latest evolution of virtual desktop technology. As Windows XP reaches its twilight, as workers get increasingly mobile and as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) becomes more popular within fast moving businesses then the demand for an improved, contemporary solution to desktop virtualization has now reached critical mass. DaaS is that solution.
At Umbee we believe that Desktops-as-a-Service (Daas) could save you money and grow your business faster . We think that DaaS represents the future for your business due to the incredible benefits it offers including agility, central management, mobility and a typical cost reduction of >40%. According to Gartner, there were around 49m hosted desktops by the end of 2013 which is >40% of the global b2b PC market so businesses are clearly waking up to the huge business advantages of capex-free DaaS cloud desktops and it’s something we recommend that you research now and seriously consider for the future.
To help you to that effect, we’ve put together an exclusive free mini-guide which talks through all the common problems businesses face with their current IT approach and demonstrates how DaaS cloud desktops can economically solve those challenges to help your business grow. It also provides a number of useful resources on the subject of Desktops-as-a-Service along with an overview of how we deploy it for our clients.
You can view/download this incredibly useful free guide below:
Be Smart – Make Your PC Dumb
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