Desktop/Server Virtualization

What is Desktop/Server Virtualization?

Desktop virtualization is the creation of a virtual computer environment that is then delivered to a user in place of a physical computer. The virtual computer is stored on a remote server and delivered to the user’s device.

Why we need Desktop/Server Virtualization in our organization?

Most importantly, desktop virtualization can help you free up space by consolidating servers based on workload demands. This not only cuts the overall IT costs but also helps to minimize power consumption, potentially reducing energy bills by a significant amount.

Features of Desktop/Server Virtualization

  • Simplified administration
  • Enhanced employee productivity
  • Reduced downtimes and accelerated deployments
  • Lower IT costs
  • Enhanced user experience

Simplified administration

Desktop virtualization enables IT admins to manage a server from a centralized location, allowing for quicker deployments and simplified maintenance. This saves IT resources and time for an organization.

Enhanced employee productivity

Employees can securely access their corporate virtual desktops from any end device, location, and at any time. Desktop virtualization is a perfect fit for telework because employees access specialized apps and functionalities on the go as opposed to typical mobile computing technologies.

Reduced downtimes and accelerated deployments

With virtualized desktops, users can easily be migrated to other VMs in case there is a hardware failure. As such, there’s no lost time and productivity. Similarly, IT admins can quickly deploy new hardware within a centralized infrastructure—getting new employees on board and up to speed.

Lower IT costs

Desktop virtualization allows organizations to shift their IT budgets from capital to operating expenditures. By delivering computationally-intensive apps on VMs that are hosted in a data center, organizations can extend the shelf life of older PCs or even less powerful machines. Besides, you also save on software licensing requirements because you only need to install apps on a single, centralized server as opposed to individual workstations.

Enhanced user experience

Desktop virtualization can provide a feature-rich experience without sacrificing the hardware on which apps run. For example, users can still access USB ports or printing services on their end devices.

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