There is a lot of noise coming from Dell these days regarding its desktop virtualization solutions. And for good reason. Remember some time ago when Dell announced a virtual desktop-as-a-service offering called vDaaS? Well, the moment is here. Dell has been working with major customers to pilot its virtual desktop-as-a service offer with great reception and gearing towards readiness.
Dell Virtual Desktop-as-a-Service (vDaaS) is the could-based option of the Dell Desktop Virtualization Solutions (DDVS) portfolio. Dell vDaaS is a true “cloud” based that is ultimately more cost effective and easier to scale up or down the number of seats (users).
In other words, Dell’s vDaaS solution addresses the needs of the organizations that are seeking lower upfront costs, shorter time to implementation, with the benefits of the new cloud technology without the burden of ownership, training and maintenance, pretty cool stuff.
Security concerns? Dell’s got you covered. Dell’s vDaaS solution is operated and maintained via the Dell Cloud from highly secured Dell data centers. In other words, desktops are created and stored on centralized servers and the storage infrastructure is hosted and maintained at a Dell Data Center.
Dell vDaaS is an easy to manage, worry-free solution initially available in the U.S.
So, who can benefit from desktop virtualization? Organizations that are looking for a fully managed infrastructure without bugging their operations with desktop management overhead. Dell vDaaS is providing IT organizations the agility and flexibility needed to dedicate their resources to a more strategic business needs. And in turn, organizations can give its workforce secure desktop access that is more dynamic, flexible than ever before.
Happy workforce, happy organizations, happy world.
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