Desktop Virtualization (VDI)

Desktop VirtualizationDesktop Virtualization (VDI)

Virtual Desktops and Applications are hosted within the University data center, and are remotely accessed by users anywhere in the world.

Desktop Virtualization


Users can access these applications and desktops at any time, from any where, and from any device. The desktop and all data reside within the data center, enhancing security by ensuring the data is safe even if the user’s device is lost or stolen. Users can use their own desktop, laptop, tablet, or smart phone to access their software and data without needing to physically be on campus.

User Benefits
  • Any time, any where, any device access
  • Enhanced data security
  • No need to physically come to campus to access software
  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
  • New software and software updates are distributed quickly and seamlessly
IT Benefits
  • Easier to manage images, changes only have to be made once
  • Reduces software and operating system update time from days to hours
  • Reduces Total Cost of Ownership by about 50%
  • Rapid deployment of new software without interrupting users
  • Switch back and forth between operating systems or images in seconds

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