Tech of the town: the decline of in-house computing in favor of the cloud
Although it has long been the golden standard, VDI is now being challenged by the continued development and adoption of SaaS. The concept of powerful cloud-based computing on speedy and cost-effective tech is increasingly appealing.
VDI gives companies control with the internal management of both hardware and software, while SaaS boasts end-user agility combined with significant cost savings. Key differences between the two will play out even further following the outbreak of COVID-19, which has accelerated the necessity of the remote worker. What we thought would be five years out is now.
- How do companies balance between VDI and SAAS?
- What do five years from now look like when it comes to employee computing experiences?
- What is end-user computing like in the new hybrid world of work?
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CEO at WPP
CIO at UNICEF
CIO at Health Professional Councils Authority
CIO at Job Centre Australia
CIO at WPP
CIO at Hay
Head of IT Service Delivery at Genesis Care
Head Of Technology at Credit Simple
Head of Technology and Bus. Architecture at Stone & Chalk
Head of ICT at Australian Museum
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