Companies, whether large or small, usually have quite a few computers that are used by employees on a day-to-day basis. The most important aspect of these computers is the desktops – this is where employees place their information and data. These desktops are usually connected to one network, and it can become quite confusing when trying to access them all. However, there is a solution for this – virtual desktops from VMware. This VMware solution makes way for simplicity by allowing you to easily access all of the desktops in your network, provides user freedom, and of course, efficiency. By separating the actual desktop environment from the physical computer, the VMware management software allows you to access all of your desktops from one central access point, which saves you from wasting any of your valuable time.
For web designers, musicians, filmmakers, and artists using Windows software for their craft, one of the more common issues that occur on a Windows desktop computer is that it has physical limits with regards to the screen’s display area and to state the obvious, there is simply no way to expand on these physical limits. A person is stuck with the physical limits of the screen. This can be frustrating when more space is needed to complete one’s work. This is where a virtual desktop comes in. A Windows virtual desktop allows the user to expand on their desktop environment through the use of software. This compensates for the limited physical space as well as assists in reducing clutter. And now, with the click of a mouse or the press of a key, a user can get all their work done on one computer. They’re no longer required to purchase multiple computer monitors to record a piece of music or to design a web site. It can all be done through one screen thanks to virtual desktop windows.