Meeting the Challenges of Hybrid Work: 8 Reasons to Implement Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Employees are demanding the flexibility to work at home or in the office as best suits their role. Hybrid work is quickly becoming the accepted model. This guide examines the rising importance of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) as organizations worldwide seek to master modern work.

The landscape of modern work is almost unrecognizable compared to a few short years ago. Many accepted truths have been turned on their head. Today, more and more people are happy to leave their current position with nowhere else to go. Employees will often put experience and fulfillment over wages and benefits. Across the world, millions have simply left the job market.

You cannot build tomorrow’s business on yesterday’s technologies. The pandemic highlighted the truth of this maxim as businesses rapidly pivoted to remote working. Often ad hoc technology solutions were put in place to simply keep the lights on. As hybrid work becomes a permanent part of modern business, organizations must reassess how they provide applications and information to their employees.

The question becomes how to deliver an excellent employee experience based on immediate and increasingly personalized and ubiquitous information access. A new level of focus must be applied to scalability, availability, performance, governance and security.

This guide covers how the new generation of cloud-based virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions can quickly and cost-effectively facilitate successful models of hybrid work for businesses worldwide.

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