IT departments are continuously changing the desktop infrastructure as a result of requests for new functionality, cost reduction and overall quality improvements such as integrity and performance.

Demands from the business, new functionality and cost reductions all impact the integrity of the desktop infrastructure and these changes often impact the way an end user works. The sprawling complexity of computing environments makes it difficult to cost-effectively configure, manage and maintain desktops for all users.

By centralising the desktop in to the corporate data centre(s) the desktop management complexity is simplied in the follow ways:

  • Reduces desktop TCO by centralising and simplifying desktop management across the entire desktop life-cycle.
  • Secures corporate data in the data centre to meet compliance requirements.
  • Reduces desktop configuration time by dynamically provisioning user desktops in real time.
  • Gives users up-to-date desktops and applications that are managed and updated centrally in the data centre.