What is VDI?

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a technology that transforms traditional desktop computing into a virtualized environment. Instead of relying on a physical computer at your desk, VDI enables users to access their desktops remotely from a server. This server hosts multiple virtual desktops, each operating independently.

In VDI, your desktop isn't tied to a specific device; it's a software instance that can be accessed from various devices like computers, tablets, or thin clients. Users interact with their desktops as if they were local, but the computing processes occur on the server.

VDI enhances flexibility, allowing users to log in from different devices. It also simplifies management and updates since changes can be made centrally. It also improves security by keeping data on the server, reducing the risk of information loss from individual devices.

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