On-prem VDI vs. DaaS: Use cases, cautions, and more
When on-premises VDI deployments trump cloud applications
The desktop as a service (DaaS) approach to VDI is like restaurant dining: IT admins can enjoy fewer management tasks, but they also sacrifice a degree of control and granularity when a third-party provider is in charge.
On-premises VDI must now compete with the growing DaaS market, but there are still valid reasons to host VDI in your own data center: increased granular control, network stability, and application flexibility among them.
Access this expert handbook to review the dangers and cautions associated with cloud-based VDI management, as well as why IT admins should not count on-prem VDI out just yet.