Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) involves using a centralised server to host a desktop environment for a number of attached machines. This model is gaining popularity because of the control it offers over what users can see and do on their desktops. It can reduce the cost of providing desktop systems too, as less powerful equipment is required to provide the service.
If you already have a VDI project underway, get in touch with SAS today to see how we can help you. SAS can provide a shortlist of suitable partners for your business. Our service is non-chargeable and there is no obligation to proceed with our selected vendors.
Find out more in our Introduction to VDI.