Virtual Desktop

Helping businesses create a modern workplace with a secure and flexible end-user desktop environment.

What is a Virtual Desktop?

A Virtual Desktop is a cloud environment that hosts and manages desktops from a central server.

Virtual desktop environments allow businesses to take greater control of their devices by providing the latest security and OS patches, ensuring all documents are accessible. In turn, end-users have the tools to boost productivity and collaboration.

How does Virtual Desktop Infrastructure work?

Virtual machines are hosted centrally, whether it’s within a public cloud (e.g. Microsoft Azure), a private cloud, or a datacentre. Virtual machines (VMs) host each desktop as an image, meaning multiple images are hosted in a single VM.

Once connected, devices can access the relevant data, documentation, and desktop loading approved applications for the end-user.


Hosted Virtual Desktops deliver fast, familiar desktops to all end-users on any device and from any location.


A virtual desktop infrastructure gives multi-layered security. Users only have access to applications and data relevant to them, and patching is automatic.


Only users with accounts can access your hosted virtual desktop services. They do this through multi-factor authentication (MFA) security and policy-driven processes.

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