Are You Using Virtual Desktops To Stay Productive During The Coronavirus Pandemic?

Do you have a secure and convenient way to access your business data from home? Virtual desktops could be the solution you're looking for.

Are You Using Virtual Desktops To Stay Productive During The Coronavirus Pandemic?

Do you have a secure and convenient way to access your business data from home? Virtual desktops could be the solution you’re looking for.

How have you found your first weeks as a remote-operating business?

Pivoting to a work-from-home model during the coronavirus pandemic isn’t easy. You need the right practices and technologies in place to stay productive and secure.

Without them, you’ve probably encountered a number of obstacles to you and your staff’s productivity. Remote work is built on access to the right data – are you able to access your work?

If not, then you should consider a virtual desktop solution. Check out our latest video to learn more:

What Are Virtual Desktops?

Virtual desktops are not a new concept. Some vendors have been offering compelling virtual desktop solutions and have established themselves as market leaders early on as a result. But it’s been a tough grind as many industries weren’t quite ready to embrace the concept.

However, given the ongoing pandemic crisis, all that has changed. Business owners are in need of a convenient and secure way to access work data remotely and keep their business productive.

The virtual desktop virtualizes what’s on your computer. When you use a virtual desktop, all of your icons, wallpaper, folders, toolbars, etc. are stored remotely on a server rather than on your computing device.

With the right authorization, your computing environment can be accessed from any computing device. When you’re away from the office, all you need is a computer and to sign in to your virtual environment. You can access your desktop with devices such as desktop, laptops, mobile devices, and thin clients.

A virtual desktop environment lets your staff access applications and documents from multiple devices like workstations, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. This increases productivity because your employees can access the data they need from anywhere.

Are Virtual Desktops Right For Your Business?

We can’t answer that question for you – all we know if that if your business is operating remotely right now, you need a way to access work data. If you don’t have a solution in place, your business is falling behind.

The Centerpoint IT team is here to help. We have the skill and the experience necessary to make sure your virtual desktop set up is:

  • Reliable. Just because you’re working from home doesn’t mean you should have to put up with a slow or inconsistent connection to your business’ IT. We’ll make sure your remote access connection is reliable, allowing you and your staff to work without unnecessary interruption.
  • Secure. It’s important to note that remote access can be extremely risky if it’s not set up properly. Cybercriminals are expected to take advantage of the coronavirus pandemic and target remote workers with unsecured connections. Our team will make sure you’re protected.
  • User-Friendly. The last thing you need right now is a steep learning curve for your staff to overcome with a new remote access IT solution. These applications can vary greatly in the quality of the user experience. Our team will make sure it’s set up properly, and that you and your staff will know how to make proper use of it.

Using new technologies and managing a team of remote staff members isn’t easy. We want you to know that you don’t have to do it alone – the Centerpoint IT team is here to help. If our community is going to get through this difficult time, we’re going to do it by helping each other.

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