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Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

With our Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Services or VDI, your users can access the virtual desktop through any device that is connected to the internet while maintaining a high security level to all servers. This transition will reduce your need for new hardware and expensive software updates.

The advantageous part about working with IaaS and VDI is that your company always has the ability to innovate rapidly. Whether you create a new product or have a new user, anything can be added to the infrastructure in almost an instant. With the speed of these services, it allows you to respond and communicate more efficiently with your employees and clients as well.

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We offer a variety of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Services

Virtual Machines (VMs)

These are virtualized instances of a computer system that run an operating system and applications. VMs allow users to run multiple operating systems on a single physical machine.

Ensure a seamless digital transformation with expert cloud services that cover cloud migrations, perimeter security, encryption, secure remote access, SharePoint, Cloud Office, and more.

Virtual networking services enable users to create and manage virtual networks, subnets, and routing. Examples include Amazon VPC (Virtual Private Cloud), Azure Virtual Network, and Google Cloud Networking.

Storage Services

Cloud storage services provide scalable and flexible storage solutions. Examples include Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service), Azure Blob Storage, and Google Cloud Storage.

Load Balancing

Load balancing services distribute incoming network traffic across multiple servers to ensure optimal resource utilization and improve the availability of applications. Examples include Amazon ELB (Elastic Load Balancer), Azure Load Balancer, and Google Cloud Load Balancing.

Content Delivery Network

CDNs distribute content across multiple servers located in different geographic locations, improving the speed and reliability of content delivery. Examples include Amazon CloudFront, Azure CDN, and Google Cloud CDN.

Identity and Access Management

IAM services provide tools for managing user access and permissions to resources. Examples include AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), Azure Active Directory, and Google Cloud Identity and Access Management.

Database Services

Cloud database services offer scalable and managed database solutions. Examples include Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service), Azure SQL Database, and Google Cloud SQL.

Serverless Computing

Serverless computing services allow users to run applications without managing the underlying infrastructure. Examples include AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, and Google Cloud Functions.

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