Leveraging server virtualization, desktop virtualization or application virtualization can help increase enterprise computing speed, reduce costs, green your IT environment and enable workforce mobility. With experience in helping organizations of all sizes virtualize seamlessly, MyPassword’s on-premises virtualization experts can create flexible custom plans that help your organization deliver lasting value.
Desktop virtualization allows your employees to work anytime, anywhere and on any device through options, such as Windows virtual desktop, because data flows securely between users, regardless of device. Virtual desktops let you decide which end users can have access to which systems and applications, and make it easier to get your devices to work by eliminating reliance on physical hardware. Options such as Windows virtual desktop allow you to provide a consistent desktop experience regardless of the device your staff may want to use.
Virtual desktops can transform your business by allowing you to:
By moving data that is normally stored on end-user devices to a centralized server and backed up, you significantly reduce the risk of data loss through theft, loss or corruption.
Create Cohesive Management
Maintaining a single copy of your desktop operating system and applications via virtual desktops greatly increases deployment times. This allows you to upgrade or patch an available copy that can be immediately deployed to your entire user environment.
As with server virtualization, where you combine physical servers to reduce energy, virtual desktops can help you use low-power devices, such as thin clients instead of high-power PCs.
Ensure Disaster Recovery
Virtual desktops allow your workforce work anywhere, regardless of whether a physical office environment is available.
Whether your organization likes the energy-efficient “green” aspect of virtual desktops or wants to be simple and powerful in its day-to-day business activities, MyPassword can help you. Our team will support our customers end-to-end efforts, including design, implementation, support, and life cycle management of hardware, software and services.