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VDI plants the seeds for desktops in the cloud
Sponsored by SearchVirtualDesktop.com
VDI may never see adoption rates over 20% because it takes a lot of upfront investment and on-site expertise. That adds up to big bucks, for many companies. But DaaS offloads the hardware and skills-based requirements that it takes to do VDI and sends them to the cloud, at a price that’s far more affordable than traditional virtual desktop infrastructure. But that doesn't mean that DaaS will be the death of VDI; the two technologies serve different use cases.
Table Of Contents
- DaaS grows to meet architectural, developer needs
- Companies can reap benefits from desktops in the cloud
- Scalability and price nurture DaaS appeal