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Virtual Desktop Market

For more than 15 years, companies have been trying to develop virtual desktops. Virtual desktops have very obvious and significant advantages over PC’s in that they are far more secure and much less expensive to support. Adoption has been limited, however, because virtual desktops generally perform poorly, i.e., they are “slow”, hindering productivity and frustrating users.

Vendors responded by attempting engineering solutions to overcome these limitations. Despite these efforts, the performance of virtual desktops has not improved to where they can be generally used. Today, virtual desktops are usually only deployed when the need for digital security outweighs any performance considerations.

The constant R&D to develop workable VDI solutions has resulted in making today’s commercially available products very expensive to deploy. Despite the lower support costs, the other commercially available VDI solutions don’t provide a break-even for 8 to 10 years.

Virtual Desktops That Work Like PC’s

ComputerVault has overcome these challenges by developing a completely new technology stack and architecture. It delivers exceptional desktop performance in both the LAN and WAN, so that our virtual desktops perform like a PC on your desk.

It performs so well that our staff in Chennai, India, use only virtual desktops which are hosted in the Marlborough, Massachusetts datacenter. Despite having only standard broadband Internet for telecom, the desktops behave like local machines.

Virtual Desktops That Are More Secure Than PC’s

One of the advantages of using virtual desktops is that the endpoint device, for instance a minicomputer serving as a thin client, is not important. The endpoint does not have files or corporate data stored on it, as is the case with a PC. If a PC breaks or is infected with malware, the PC must be restored or the data stored on it is lost.

But with a virtual desktop, all the files and data are stored on servers in the ComputerVault Cloud. If an endpoint device is infected with malware, it is simply replaced. The infected device is wiped clean and its software reinstalled since there is nothing worth saving stored on it.

All the security training in the world for your staff will not protect them from bad luck. Sooner or later, a staff person will get hit with malware. The ComputerVault thin clients are easy to use and require no training, but protect your staff from being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Additionally, ComputerVault has built-in digital security functions that are ordinarily purchased separately:

  • Firewall
  • Intrusion Prevention System
  • Intrusion Detection System
  • Unified Threat Management

ComputerVault goes above and beyond ordinary security measures by including, network encryption for all connections, a Zero Trust Security Model and network traffic analysis.

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