Amazon Desktop Virtualization

Amazon competes with traditional virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions providers by introducing its own virtual desktop computing service.

These days, more and more companies prefer to access their corporate resources without a hitch. This is the reason desktop virtualization is starting to gain traction among tech-savvy businesses. For those of you who are not aware, desktop virtualization is a technology that sets computer desktop environment and physical computer apart from each other.

This computing model allows the virtualized desktop to be hosted in a remote central server rather than storing it in the hard drive of a local personal computer. Simply put, end users can interact with a virtual desktop the same way they do with a physical desktop. The only difference is that desktop virtualization allows remote log in, thereby offering better mobility. Continue reading