Traditional on-premise desktop hosting – with desktops, their applications and data all stored and accessed locally on servers and PCs within office premises – is still favoured by a large proportion of businesses in the UK and beyond. However, it comes with downsides. With so much of the world’s workforce now implementing a flexible working strategy, in this whitepaper we explore the common pain points of on-premise desktop and application hosting and how progressive businesses are overcoming these with the help of desktop as a service (DaaS). Download your free copy and find out more.
With half of UK businesses not confident in their business continuity plans, find out how desktop as a service provides a reliable platform on which organisations always remain operational.
When considering the capital expenditure of on-premise infrastructure, and the subsequent costs to manage and maintain it, explore how DaaS simplifies and reduces costs for business owners.
From basic IT updates to patching security flaws, improving control over sensitive data and providing much needed security guidance, discover the
on-premise security issues solved by DaaS.
The advantages of desktop as a service to workforces are not to be underestimated. In turn, these benefits help to boost productivity, reduce employee turnover and drive profit.
For businesses still using traditional desktops hosted on premise, desktop as a service and outsourcing the accompanying IT management offers a wealth of advantages which enable organisations to stay operational, control costs and strengthen security.
DaaS is allowing businesses to adapt to modern workforce expectations and better safeguard their data, all while reducing the overhead of hardware and IT management. Alongside the benefits to staff, such as overall improved levels of workplace satisfaction and productivity, employers are able to keep their enterprises running smoothly even when faced with unexpected scenarios.