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September 11, 2014

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The Business Case for Remote Desktops

In our previous post, we discussed how remote desktops, specifically Microsoft Remote Desktop Services (RDS), provide users with anytime, anywhere access to their desktop environment on virtually any mobile device or desktop computer. RDS is widely viewed as a simpler, more cost-effective alternative to virtual desktop infrastructure, the most common approach to desktop virtualization.


Although RDS has been available for more than a decade, recent improvements in functionality, performance and scalability have sparked a renewed interest in the solution. Organizations can deploy Microsoft RDS in-house or access RDS through a hosted solution.