Increase flexibility, simplify management, and lower the cost of IT operations. Quickly and easily create virtual desktops for remote and flexible employees. With an internet connection, users can work from anywhere at any time.
Enabling your organization to reduce cost in three ways:
If only there were more hours in the day… Enable your team to focus on higher-value business initiatives and leave the routine infrastructure activities to the cloud. Rapidly and easily deploy use case realization in a matter of clicks eliminating the need to set up servers and perform updates. By offloading infrastructure management, DaaS will allow you to quickly scale to your business needs in a matter of minutes and alleviate time to help your team focus on the initiative to help move your business forward.
Scale your operations up or down quickly as your business needs and circumstances change.
Avoid the pains of costly traditional setups and upgrades, capacity insufficiencies, and time-consuming changes.
With Desktop 365® DaaS subscription model, your business can add and remove users easily without having to reconfigure the workstation before assigning it to a different employee, both of which save you money. Maximize productivity by centrally updating and upgrading your systems quickly and efficiently.
Strengthen security and compliance
With Desktop 365® solutions all data and applications reside in the cloud, reducing the risk of security breaches on vulnerable end-user devices. DaaS allows anyone to log on from any device enabling a BYOD business model while delivering a consistent set of security controls regardless of operating system or hardware.
Maintain control and privacy
With the complexity of modern-day computing, businesses need talented experts with a pro-active mentality.
When it comes to services & support, Desktop 365® leads the industry. Just imagine having a team of top talent including Microsoft certified engineers, IT specialists, consultants, and professional CIO’s managing IT vs the break-fix PC technician most practices end up trying to work with.
Working in the 70’s was a largely manual and inefficient process. Mechanical office equipment such as typewriters and adding machines were crucial for day-to-day operations and means of communications and the pace of work was extremely inefficient. Smoking was permitted in the workplace and each desk would be equipped with an ashtray. Cigarette breaks were common and women start to work in the office.
Personal computing is introduced in the workplace. The introduction of personal computers had a huge impact on workplace efficiency and streamlining. Administration to customer service to the supply chain departments are positively affected by this innovation. While a computer on every desk becomes normalized, the dependency on paper continues. Work culture becomes a topic for conversation as organizations begin to acknowledge the powerful impact that work culture had on business outcomes and success.
Computers evolve in size and commercial use of computers accelerated with the advent of affordable PCs and commercially available internet and applications. Websites are created and businesses are able to host and share information. As the internet is adopted into daily work, the 1990s paved the way for email, ecommerce, and more, giving organizations a new and more efficient way to operate and interact with digital technology in the workplace.
The evolution of computer technology continues to grow rapidly. With the new innovation of cloud technology, businesses begin to realize that there are possibilities for storing more data than ever imagined without taking up physical office space. Major businesses started digitizing their data with file archives and spreadsheets. Typing now became a “key to surviving in an increasingly technological workplace”. With everything digitized and available in the cloud, the physical workplace began to change as well. With accessibility to data from anywhere, smartphones and tablets became commonplace and extremely useful business tools which enabled employees to work away from the physical office. An employee could work on his project at the office, save it to the cloud, then pick up work at home or anywhere in the world!
Technologies continue to evolve, designed to help employees work outside of the traditional physical workplace, simplify work, add convenience, and improve workplace governance. Workplace technology solutions of the 2010s came in the form of IoT devices. Beyond connecting laptops, tablets, and smartphones to the cloud, the technology industry was now connecting anything and everything, enabling better workplace data collection, automation, and an improved relationship between employees and their environment. The workplace is now becoming equal parts digital and physical.
The workplace dynamic shifted drastically to stay afloat during the pandemic. This shift to a remote workplace was a huge turning point for the future of work as businesses are now considering what technologies are necessary to adopt for business continuity. Technological advances are beginning to allow up to work in environments that blend the realities of digital tech and the physical world. From the introduction of personal business computers to the rise of the IoT, the way we work has evolved significantly and continues to evolve today.