Remote Desktop: Download the Buyer's Guide

For businesses still using traditional desktops hosted on premise, a desktop as a service (DaaS), or 'remote dekstop', solution is well worth considering. Hosting your desktop in the cloud and outsourcing the accompanying IT management offers a wealth of advantages which enable your business to stay operational and secure. In your guide to buying a remote desktop, you discover: who uses remote desktops and why; key advantages; questions to ask remote desktop suppliers; your handy checklist to buying DaaS.

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Introduction to DaaS

Get acquainted with the concept of a cloud-hosted desktop. We introduce you to desktop as a service (DaaS) solutions and why businesses are choosing remote desktops over traditional on-premise hosting.

Key advantages

What does a remote desktop solution offer your business? Explore the five key reasons why many businesses around the world are choosing to adopt a hosted desktop instead of accessing applications solely from the office.

Vendor questions

One of the hardest parts of the buying journey is knowing the right questions to ask potential vendors. Familiarise yourself with the essential topics to cover and questions to ask prospective suppliers.

The buyer's checklist

You've navigated the process of buying a remote desktop, now all that's left to do is take the plunge. Your handy checklist ensures no essential step is missed, facilitating your successful purchase with the right supplier.

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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.

Rather than using individual PCs in your office, your business-critical data is stored centrally in the cloud, accessed by authorised users from anywhere, at any time, from any PC, tablet, laptop or smartphone.

This centralised data storage allows for greater accessibility, but also enhanced security and control over your network. Administrators can promptly alter user-access privileges and the need to update and patch software on individual PCs is eliminated.