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Thanks to the increasing adoption of BYOD, the virtual desktop infrastructure market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 27.35% through 2020.  This significant growth can also be attributed to advances in the infrastructure and the migration to the cloud and as-a-service economy.  As more and more businesses realize the benefits of cloud solutions, benefits such as agility, flexibility, scale and cost reductions, this number will continue to grow at this massive rate.  Let’s take a look back at some of the biggest stories in the Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) industry for 2018.

State of DaaS (Desktop-as-a-Service) in 2018

Key Insights for Banking and Securities Industry 2018 and Beyond

A recent Accenture report found out that financial services firms are facing a large number of security breaches.  One way the industry can counteract this trend is by adopting solutions such as Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and the inherent built-in security features that can reduce the risks of a cyber attack.

Key Insights from Mergers and Acquisitions Trends Report 2018 from Deloitte

Surveys revealed an increase in merger and acquisition activity, leaving businesses to find new ways to efficiently and effectively onboard the onslaught of new employees.  DaaS, with its subscription-based solution, enables businesses to get new employees up and running in minutes instead of days and weeks, reducing the complexity of the challenge and increasing the productivity of the new employees.

dinCloud listed in the Gartner Desktop-as-a-Service market guide

dinCloud’s reliable and transformative DaaS offering was honored with a listing in the Gartner Desktop-as-a-Service market guide.  dinCloud was listed among such industry powerhouses as Citrix, of which dinCloud was the first certified cloud service provider in Citrix’s CSP program.

Citrix XenApp & XenDesktop

Citrix sent XenApp and XenDesktop to end-of-life, furthering the migration of businesses to cloud-based desktop solutions.

Windows 7 EOL – Looming Headaches for IT

Microsoft announced that they would cease supporting Windows 7 as of January of 2020.  This has important consequences for IT departments as they look to manage the change.

Desktop-as-a-Service is taking over the world

Times are changing, and those who don’t keep up with the trend towards digital transformation will soon find themselves on the way out.  Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be the first of your competition to add desktop-as-a-service to your business, enabling your growth and success.  Speak with one of our cloud specialists today.