As we usher into the age of technology, there is a huge demand in the marketplace for digitally-enabled services and procedures, thus the rampancy of information technology. Because data is now faster and easier to transfer and access, business operations are now smoother to execute and cooperate. With the ever-increasing operability of business transactions, workload, and systematic procedures, we recognize the importance and need of an ecosystem that allows secure and remote access to large groups of people that don’t necessarily have to be in one place.
- Centralized Database and an Information Funneling System
VDI or Virtual Desktop Infrastructure allows companies to set up multiple instances of operating systems, or virtual machines/desktops without the need for multiple physical devices. All that is needed for this to happen is one supercomputer, and a large memory database to store all the information needed. If one company decides to adopt a virtual desktop infrastructure into their business operations, it would mean that every employee can access the virtual desktop that is allocated to them without having to go to the office.
This means that it is possible to work at home, and to combat the problem of reduced productivity and downtimes due to transportation and logistics problems, saving money and time by being able to do things outright whenever, wherever possible.
- Dynamic Organizations and Multivariable Performance
Because a virtual desktop infrastructure resides in one or few running physical machines only, that would mean any kind of updates or information dissemination no longer has to be manually distributed to multiple units. The administrative powers or the main central processing unit that are in control of the cloud that is responsible for all the interconnection of each remote virtual desktop can do all updates and information control by itself, sparing the control processing unit usage of each virtual desktop.
- Data Security, Easy Monitoring, and Instant Troubleshooting
Having a centralized infrastructure that encompasses all of the workstations for the company provides a consistent security environment as individual desktops cannot be compromised unlike that of having physical desktops present in offices. Because of this wall of security in the form of logins and passwords that the cloud manages, it is simple to monitor who are accessing the data, information, and virtual desktops in the infrastructure and see any potential threats and damage to the system that can easily be removed or remedied if found.