Desktops in the Cloud Your Silver Bullet for Windows XP End of Life
April 8th, 2014 was the official end-of-support for Windows XP, forcing many organizations to figure out how they will not only manage the migration to a new platform, but also manage the essential hardware upgrades and replacements associated with the switch.
Luckily, by moving your end-user computing to a platform that is centrally managed, provides a high-performance Windows desktop and is both future- and past-proof, you can avoid the costs and challenges of replacing each piece of hardware, migrating every operating system and upgrading all your software at the same time.
Read this whitepaper to learn how moving your desktops and applications to a cloud-hosted model – a solution known as Desktops-as-a-Service (DaaS) – can help you overcome the challenges of OS migration and provide increased support for remote computing and remote desktop client software. Inside, you’ll learn more about:
- Using DaaS for incremental desktop migration
- The use cases for DaaS
- Cutting migration costs with DaaS
- And more.