The Cloud powered Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) market is expected to continue its growth trajectory in the year 2021. This was revealed in a study conducted by Orbis Research, an entity that closely follows the technology sector trends.

One of the major contributing factors behind this growth is the tremendous impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. This global health crisis prompted a remote work scenario of global proportions and cloud powered VDI was there as a reliable solution.

According to the research, most enterprises opted in favor of cloud VDI instead of deploying on premise virtualization infrastructures. This was largely due to the financial crunch and the high levels of uncertainty prevailing even to this day.

Cloud VDI providers such as dinCloud were able to get enterprises remote ready in a matter of hours or days at the most. This pace of technological pivoting is simply out of question if you opt to deploy any such solution on premises.

The research also declares that the cloud VDI market has quite matured by now, resulting in the availability of cloud based software and productivity solutions as well. This prompt availability of remote productivity and collaboration tools added to the appeal of VDI.

Orbis Research has forecast in its report that this strong growth momentum of cloud powered VDI is expected to continue, even as far as the year 2025. The cloud VDI will also play a key role in the post pandemic recovery phase.

By leveraging cloud powered VDI solutions, enterprises want to move towards cost and resource optimization. Due to the inherent strengths of the cloud such as scalability and pay as you use model, this growth momentum is quite likely to continue.