Hosted virtual desktops Tag

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) has been growing in interest and use by organizations of all sizes, largely in part to the continued development of the Cloud and better security features. DaaS is available in a variety of different configurations based on a business’s needs...

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are starting to become more commonplace in the past year. Part of the increase in attacks is contributed to the growing number of unsavory groups out there whose primary objective is to see whether they can actually take down...

All too often, emails—including important business emails—either sit in an inbox and go unread, or are opened and only partially read by their recipients. Although virtual desktops and other communications technology have put most of us in reach of work email 24/7, more than half...

A growing number of businesses and other organizations are using cloud services to back up their critical data and other applications. Cloud services have a number of advantages – they’re less expensive for companies than making new investments in data centers or hardware, and they...

Mobile devices such as tablets are revolutionizing worker productivity, giving employees access to important files and functions wherever they may be. Whether they’re in another part of the office or factory, or if they’re on the road, a good tablet can keep them connected through...

As more and more people use cloud services like desktop virtualization, concerns about protecting personal information are growing. While most remote desktop services and other cloud applications have strong protections against hackers and other malicious actors, there are some steps individual users should take to...

Upgrading your office desktop virtualization, outsourced IT services, and other cloud services will boost productivity, but to truly make the most of every minute, you need to find ways to upgrade your personal habits. Becoming an early riser is one way to get ahead in...

Wireless Internet technology enables flexibility and convenience, but those benefits rely on the strength of the user’s Wi-Fi signal. Users who encounter problems with their Wi-Fi signals will encounter slow Internet speeds and difficulty using some cloud-based services such as desktop virtualization. The great thing about...