Virtual Desktops

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  1. codiant

    codiant Member

    Virtual desktops are pre-configured images of operating systems and applications in which the desktop environment is separated from the physical device used to access it. A virtual desktop allows users to access their desktop and applications from anywhere on any kind of endpoint device, while IT organizations can deploy and manage these desktops from a centrally located data center. Any endpoint device, such as a laptop, smartphone or tablet, can be used to access a virtual desktop. The virtual desktop provider installs client software on the endpoint device, and the user then interacts with that software on the device.

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