TechTarget recently featured dinCloud’s CTO, Mike Chase in an article on Mobile Desktops as a Service
In the article, Chase about how mobile desktops as a service aren’t a viable option anymore. He is quoted saying that, “mobile devices account for less than 10% of access to cloud-hosted desktops. Mobile devices lack a real keyboard and mouse, so they don’t make a terrific endpoint for remotely utilizing a Windows desktop.
Though users tend to create content on their laptops or PCs, they do rely on mobile devices for collaboration work. Employees can sync and access files using cloud file-sharing tools such as Egnyte and Dropbox, and even use Apple TV, HDMI connectors or other methods to connect their mobile devices to large monitors in conference rooms for PowerPoint presentations.”