A handful of us might have thought that the Covid-19 pandemic would continue to wreak havoc for its third year straight. Most had thought that with the successful rollout of vaccines globally, things will start to return to normal.

On similar footings, a sizeable number of enterprises did not pay much heed to remote work solutions during the early days of the pandemic. However, as this global health crisis deepened, those entities found themselves in tough times.

Right now, the world is pivoting away from full-on remote work environments, and switching towards hybrid work solutions. In this model, employees will work from the office, their homes, or any other location that might be feasible.

A recent study on the latest workforce patterns has clearly indicated a newfound preference for Cloud Computing solutions like Desktop as a Service (DaaS). Put another way, DaaS solutions are proving very valuable when it comes to hybrid work patterns.

There is hardly a secure and reliable digital technology out there that facilitates the versatile needs of a hybrid workforce, except for DaaS. The benefits of DaaS are not just limited to the element of cost, but also include operational flexibility and agility.

The way enterprises save on costs is that they no longer have to maintain in-house data centers, which also serve Virtual Desktops, but at a much higher cost. These costs are both fixed and variable ones, and a stage often comes when they balloon out of hand.

Leading DaaS providers like dinCloud, an ATSG company, result in saving both capital and operating expenses of the deploying enterprises. Capital expenses are saved by eliminating the need for having a costly data center in-house, alongside its maintenance expenses.

Operating expenses get curtailed with DaaS, provided you choose a DaaS provider that has a transparent pricing mechanism for its services, like dinCloud, an ATSG company. dinCloud offers its DaaS solutions as per a Flat Rate Pricing Model, with no hidden costs.

DaaS is highly suited for hybrid workforce models because it enables your employees to seamlessly access enterprise resources, regardless of whether they are at the workplace, home, or any other location with decent internet connectivity.

The research also pointed out the suitability of DaaS for similar disruptive events in the future as well. In view of the above factors, and an increasing trend for hybrid work models, we expect to see a strong demand for DaaS solutions globally in 2022.

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