Remote working is the new normality for businesses. For that reason, many are reconsidering and reorganizing the way IT services are being delivered. The core of these transformations of the IT infrastructure is virtualization. Virtualization technology makes it possible to deliver the same reliable IT services, that are usually tied to hardware, without having to deploy an extensive infrastructure. Businesses benefit from increased security, efficiently running processes, and more flexibility. These advantages have led to widespread adoption of virtualization by companies, whether for applications and servers or networks, data and storage – regardless whether on-premise or cloud infrastructure is being used.
For businesses who support a decentralized organization but need to warrant all security controls and data privacy, one type of virtualization is specifically critical: application and desktop-virtualization.
This is where Citrix’s virtualization solutions come in. With a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and desktop as a service (Daas), enterprises can reduce downtime, increase security and overcome challenges, that come with the deployment of conventional desktops.
The Citrix virtualization solutions enable enterprises to deliver remote applications and desktops to users on a large scale. At the same time, they are able to offer user comfort and they simplify IT management.