Visible workplace, i.e. a workplace that you can move anywhere, fed with data from the cloud and not dependent on the device, is modern and cost-effective. Cloud and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) gives you access to and transforms your workspace into a Workplace.
What are the benefits of a workplace as a cloud-related service?
Today it is no longer possible to run a company successfully without a PC. IT infrastructure with servers, storage media, drive and standalone PCs was a long-term financial challenge. Today, in the age of digital virtualization, not only are servers outsourced, the Desktop as a Service (DaaS) also saves resources and simplifies operations. With maja.cloud you can create a visual desktop for your company.
Someone is using the Desktop as a service with maja.cloud on a portable computer cafe
A woman uses a desktop as a service on a tablet
With Desktop as a service (DaaS) you get a virtual work environment that integrates software with the cloud. This benefit is extended through the Workplace as a service (WaaS). Instead of “just” making the desktop and applications more accessible, desktop service providers also offer its hardware in the Workplace as a service.
With Workspace As a service there are no corporate acquisition costs, no rooted device resources, cost stability due to cloud-based rental applications and the high level of state-of-the-art IT hardware. WaaS is flexible and can be easily integrated with visual and mobile software. There is also the benefit of providing a desktop as a service provider and an essential application for the WaaS cloud.
What benefits does maja.cloud offer their company?
The provision of applications such as Microsoft 365 on a freely customizable device in the maja.cloud data center provides more than one benefit to your company. As and IT Desktop as a service provider and provider of Windows Virtual Desktop, they offer you.
- IT infrastructure,
- IT support,
- IT hardware,
- IT services as well
- IT areas
What are the uses of Cases of Cloud desktop?
Work anywhere. The COVID-19 epidemic has only accelerated the continuous transition from premises to remote operation. Even before the epidemic sent workers home, Fast Company had predicted that more than 50 percent of workers would work away by 2020; the epidemic has put that figure close to 100 percent in most organizations. Employees typically work from home on BYOD devices, which put pressure on security, applikation integration and access, and ensures that devices are attached and updated. Cloud desktop or desktop in the cloud meet all of these challenges, while allowing employees to work wherever they wish.
Protecting ordinary users
Contractors and other casual users are often left out of the company’s access point, forced to rely on emails or invited to use a collaboration tool to do their job. This not only works, but can also lead to the release of sensitive or controlled data as well. Some organizations provide contractors with full access to business services, which may also pose a risk. This could be a balloon problem for organizations that rely on hundreds or thousands of contractors every day. Desktop cloud or desktop in the cloud provides an opportunity for an organization to improve access to contractors or other users but limit that access to a smaller set of applications and data. With cloud-based desktops, there is no need to provide unrestricted access, and contractor desktops can be discontinued as soon as the contract is completed.
Integration and acquisition
At the time of purchase, Desktop in the cloud can help in many ways from support ‘trading rooms’ where members of both organizations share access to transactional documents and applications, to allow an IT organization to quickly provide desktops for newly acquired staff the effect of contract closure. This also helps teams continue to work on their existing devices while adapting to new cloud desktops, increasing productivity and enabling newly hired teams to hit the ground running.
Disaster recovery and business continuity (DR / BC). Ransomware events highlight the importance of having a strong backup, DR, and BC program. Physical disasters such as epidemics, floods or hurricanes can leave business unattended or keep important workers out of work to access digital services. Desktop in the cloud provide flexibility in all of these situations, minimizing the risk of improper operation and accidental exposure of data that may involve data breaches.
More than 95% of online attacks come from the latter. With VDI you gain more control over your location, which can remove any threats from your storage and network.