Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions offer several benefits to organizations, including improved security, centralized desktop management, and reduced IT workload. Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) makes VDI quick, easy, and affordable. It enables organizations to deliver fully functioning virtual Windows desktops and applications to employees. Parallels RAS allows users to be productive anywhere by providing a Windows desktop–like experience on any device. Parallels RAS simplifies the VDI deployment.
Access Your Desktop from Any Device
As your desktop and information are stored in one location, you can access your same desktop from any device from anywhere in the world as long as you have an internet connection. Parallels RAS VDI Solutions can be installed on servers located on premises or within our Datacentre.
Benefits of VDI:
- If your desktop PC has a hardware failure, you can log in with another device and continue working.
- If you have software failure, we can rebuild a complete desktop within minutes
- Less load on Network Infrastructure as all data moves within one server
- Save Money on not having to purchase individual mid-high powered PC's
- Utilise Thin-Client/Zero Clients for data security and low power comsumption
- Save Money on Electricity
Parallels RAS automatically generates and deploys VDI desktops on demand, using customized templates. This allows administrators to create and deploy guest VMs on the fly, saving a great deal of time. Create a virtual desktop once and replicate it as many times as needed.
Using linked clones, the IT team can simply copy the files already available on the virtual disk at the time of the VM snapshot instead of launching a whole new full VM. This allows multiple virtual machines to use the same software installation, also saving disk space.
Extend Hardware Life
Transform any underpowered legacy device into a full workstation while keeping all of the local peripherals—printers, scanners, smart card readers, and others—available at employees' fingertips. Automatically enable users to print locally from a PC, Mac, or Raspberry Pi; Linux, Chrome OS, iOS or Android devices; or even via any HTML5 browser.