Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a technology that uses a virtual private server to host client desktops. This means that all data is stored in MobiNet’s data centers and accessed by your employees via a network connection and software installed on current computer hardware or thin-clients. Users are then seamlessly able to connect to their assigned desktop from any location on almost any device with a reliable internet connection.
Why go Virtual?
With a virtual desktop environment all data is housed at MobiNet’s secure colocation facility where we specialize in managing the critical power and cooling infrastructure required to support server operations including storage, hardware, servers and networking components. MobiNet owns the equipment and is responsible for housing, running and maintaining it. That means you don’t have to worry about your computer systems and can focus on your business. Critical files are not stored on employee’s hard drives or on in-house server equipment. This ensures that your files are safe and inaccessible to others in the event of theft, fire or damage to any desktop or notebook. All virtual desktops and storage are served on MobiNet’s high available storage and host servers allowing for multiple points of failure with uninterrupted services. Each system and its services are monitored 24x7 by our NOC systems. Another advantage of VDI is that software updates are done on the server and not on each individual desktop saving time and money.