This approach can have many benefits, depending on the type of VDI deployed. Because little actual computing takes place at the endpoint, IT departments may be able to extend the lifespan of otherwise obsolete PCs by repurposing them as VDI clients. And when the time does come to purchase new devices, organizations can buy cheaper, less powerful machines.
Because all data lives in the data center, not on the endpoint, there are significant security benefits of VDI. A thief who steals a laptop that uses VDI can't take any data off the machine, because there is no data on the machine.
VDI can be hosted both on or off premise.Since VDI changes the way desktops are delivered to users, it is dependent on an IT project path that is lined with potential pitfalls. Nazca Tech can help you to complete your VDI needs.