Traditional desktop management is often complicated. The ability to manage all desktops from a central location will save time and effort of your IT team. Desktop as a Service(DaaS) can do this for your company as it maintains your company’s systems, data, and software centrally with minimal effort. Simplified management of all desktops from a single pane of glass is the most powerful benefit of a hosted virtual desktop. It offers you greater administrative control. The monitoring and reporting of the entire infrastructure happen from a centralized location. From OS updates to hard disk provisioning will be quick and easy with the centralized desktop management facilitated by cloud desktop.

Incorporating seasonal employees is one of the most dreaded tasks of the IT support. In a conventional PC environment, the IT staff needs to go through a tedious job while integrating new employees. Also, complexities associated with the configuration of multiple desktops one-by-one often restrict companies from hiring temporary and remote workers for short-term. With DaaS, the process can be more comfortable for the organization. The cloud-based desktop is capable of configuring, deploying, and supporting the most appropriate solution for end users, without overhauling the company’s IT infrastructure. Irrespective of the location and type of end-user environment, DaaS can do that. Your employees can get back to work without delay as issues, if any, can be rectified remotely.

The centralized management provided by a hosted virtual desktop is beneficial for software upgrades. The security patching and updates of software and operating system will be a piece of cake with DaaS. The IT department can support and deploy desktops from a centralized location. The control and security of sensitive data, backups, and recoveries are other advantages of centralized management. Compared to the traditional disaster recovery option, the centralized backup of data will appeal to any IT administrators. DaaS, thus, eliminates the productivity barriers in the outdated legacy systems and the company does not experience any downtime. In a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scenario, the threat of loopholes for security risks is enormous. Moving your desktops to the cloud minimizes these risks as the service provider takes charge of security. Despite the number of device types your organization deploys, the service provider manages them all from a central location. From restricting the access level of an employee to providing them required applications for their job function, DaaS administers them with centralized monitoring.