The benefits of virtual desktop technologies are well-documented: remote access, shared resources leading to lower costs, easier management and better data security. Now take all that and add to it the unique benefit of having someone else own and manage the underlying infrastructure, including servers, user desktops, hosted applications and networks, and you have DaaS(Desktop-as-a-Service).
Cloud voice services (also known as voice over internet protocol, or VoIP services) might be the single best addition you make for your organization. Once, premise PBX systems had their moment in the sun, but these days, efficient communication and cost efficiency rely on more advanced strategies than these outdated solutions provide. Cloud-based services are the way to go, and here are just a few reasons why.
Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS) is one of the latest concepts to come out of the as-a-service industry. Much like the popular Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), HaaS offers a pay-as-you-go pricing model with customizable service packages that let you lease equipment as needed.
Desktop as a Service (DaaS) adoption is well underway. Industry researchers forecast the a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 29 percent for the global DaaS market between 2016-2023.
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Virtual desktop technologies have continued to mature over the years as enterprises keep looking for ways to lower costs associated with maintaining fleets of complex, traditional desktop infrastructure. DaaS (Desktop-as-a-Service) and VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) are the two main virtual desktop solutions in the market today.
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The typical trajectory for new technologies goes something like this:
Does your office use a cloud-based Document Management System (DMS)?
If not, you’re subjecting yourself (and your team!) to serious time-wasting inefficiencies. Joint data collected through Gartner, Adobe, and M-Files found that professionals spend up to 50 percent of their time searching for files, accounting for a total productivity loss of 21.3 percent every year for their organizations.
DaaS, or desktop as a service, is a relatively new technology that has been revolutionizing the way businesses interact with their networks and manage their data. What the technology seeks to do is separate your desktop environment from your computers and other devices, hosting them remotely so they can be accessed no matter where you might be. However, that's not the only reason you should be using DaaS, as it has a number of other advantages over conventional desktop environments: