IT managers and admins have been really busy during the past twenty months or so. Just around the time when they started feeling some sort of relief, a new challenge has surfaced in the form of a hybrid workforce.
There are many factors which make a large hybrid workforce even more challenging than a full fledged in office, or completely remote work environment. So, IT managers now have to come up with two sets of strategies to secure each class of employee.
Another element which makes hybrid work even more challenging is that an employee who may have worked from home for the first three days of the work week, may end up returning to the workplace for the remaining two days of the week.
In legacy infrastructures, this could mean a major re-configuration headache for the IT personnel, as they will now have to re-adopt the physical employee device to securely re-join the corporate network.
This is exactly where cloud solutions like Desktop as a Service (DaaS) come into the picture. Leading DaaS solutions like dinCloud Hosted Virtual Desktops (dinHVD) make the management of a hybrid workforce “a walk in the park”.
Whether an employee accesses organizational resources and data from the workplace or home, it would be a fully secured environment. IT personnel will no longer have to re-configure a physical device for use in the office or home, and vice versa.
This is turning out to be a major differentiator for leading DaaS solutions like dinHVD. With the rapid scalability of DaaS, enterprises are able to increase or decrease the scope of their DaaS environments on the fly.
Lastly, ease of management is also a major selling point for leading DaaS solutions like dinHVD. dinCloud has a very intuitive and user friendly Cloud Orchestration Portal called dinManage, which gives users full access and control on their DaaS environment.
A robust and multi layered security is also proving to be a major selling point for leading DaaS solution providers like dinCloud. Most enterprises go for DaaS solutions as they lack the human and financial capacity to setup such a costly infrastructure on premise.
Therefore, Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solutions like dinHVD are proving to be a highly suitable proposition for a hybrid workforce.