The rapid increase in remote and hybrid work has made DaaS a major priority for organizations. See why:
of virtual desktops served to remote users will be DaaS by 2024
of surveyed organizations have invested or will invest in DaaS within two years
of all enterprise PC users will rely on DaaS within three years
As you face a rapid increase in your remote and hybrid workforce, we believe desktop as a service (DaaS) solutions should be a priority for your organization. In our view, this Gartner Market Guide for Desktop as a Service offers valuable insights as you determine your DaaS vendor and DaaS strategy, including:
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Frequently Asked Questions
Desktops as a Service (DaaS) is a managed secure cloud app and desktops service that quickly and efficiently deliver virtual desktop and application workloads from the public cloud. DaaS enables organizations can access this service through an internet connection via an html-based web browser or a secure application downloaded to a device such as a laptop, desktop, thin client, or tablet. The service is offered as a subscription from the provider with varying levels of management and features available.
DaaS is incredibly turn-key which allows customers to go from nothing to cloud-delivered virtual desktops and apps within hours.
The DaaS provider makes available all the required cloud infrastructure and management components. Subscribers, sign-up for the service and provision the type and number of cloud virtual machines required to support their workloads. Then users connect from any device over the Internet to securely access these resources.