During the past two years, we have seen an unprecedented rise in the global demand for cloud computing solutions. Within the domain of cloud computing, Desktop as a Service (DaaS) has gained a lot of traction, mainly due to the remote work factor.
When enterprises were at the brink of going out of business, it was cloud services like DaaS which proved a lifesaver for thousands of enterprises globally. DaaS solutions like dinCloud Hosted Virtual Desktops (dinHVD) made remote work both secure and productive.
The DaaS adoption spree does not appear to be slowing down any time soon. This perception was further cemented by the recently released research report by Absolute Markets. This research entity generally follows the tech sector very closely.
According to the Absolute Markets report on the growth and demand for DaaS solutions globally, it has been forecast that the global market for DaaS solutions could maintain a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of over 20% till the year 2030.
This is not only a strong growth rate, but the sheer timeline of this projection says a lot about the future demand for DaaS solutions across the globe. As per the research report, the DaaS market in and around the U.S region is fairly matured by now.
This expected growth in the demand for DaaS solutions will be fuelled by the Asia Pacific region instead. Across this densely populated region, enterprises have previously been approaching DaaS solutions with a lot of caution.
Leading DaaS providers like dinCloud were able to maintain a robust cyber security posture during the pandemic. This heightened security has in turn drastically changed how the security of DaaS solutions was previously being perceived.
Now, the Asia Pacific region is serving as a hub for this recent demand hike for DaaS solutions. Another factor that is fuelling the growth of DaaS solutions in this region is the emergence of highly cost efficient and secure Cloud Service Providers (CSP).
One thing is for sure though, what started off as a temporary arrangement in the form of remote work has now taken the shape of a permanent reality. So, it makes a lot of sense to transition towards flexible, agile and scalable cloud solutions like Desktop as a Service.