Pros and Cons of VDI and DaaS
Pros and Cons of VDI and DaaS
Posted by Paul Angelo / October 12, 2021

There are two types of virtual desktops that differ based on where the virtual desktops are hosted and how they are managed. Virtual desktop infrastructure (“VDI”) host virtual desktops on-premises and are managed internally be the company that owns it. DaaS virtual desktops are deployed in a cloud and managed by a third-party. Both options have pros and cons. ComputerVault is a hybrid of these two virtual desktop types that has all the pros of both versions while eliminating the con...

HPE Case Study:ComputerVault WorkFromAnywhere

HPE declares, in a recent case study, that ComputerVault Virtual Desktops have broken the barriers on Work-From-Anywhere Computing, by making remote computing fast, safe and economical. The use of ComputerVault Virtual Desktops: Provides highly secure, functional virtual desktop infrastructures (VDIs) ...

ComputerVault Announces Collaboration with Lenovo

ComputerVault announced today its collaboration with Lenovo™ to deliver an end-to-end ComputerVault™ Virtual Desktop Infrastructure solution. Steve Biondi, North America Channel Chief, Lenovo Infrastructure Solutions Group explaned the reason for this collaboration: “Customers are looking for simple to use, integrated solutions to manage their virtual environments as the workforce evolves into a hybrid model of being on site and working remote. Our collaboration with ComputerVault further strengthens our software capabilities and options available to customer and partners through Lenovo Marketplace.” “Partnering with...

No Expectation of Privacy in a Public Cloud

A vice president of Microsoft recently testified to the House Judiciary Committee regarding federal law enforcement issuing thousands of warrants and secrecy orders to public cloud providers to search customer data: https://www.cyberscoop.com/microsoft-cloud-fourth-amendment-justice-department/ The result is that public cloud customers can’t exercise their Fourth Amendment rights:...

End to End Virtual Desktop Solution with ComputerVault and Lenovo

ComputerVault has certified Lenovo hardware for its ability to deliver ComputerVault Virtual Desktops with performance that is faster than a local PC or Laptop both in the LAN and WAN. The combination of Lenovo ThinkSystem servers and Lenovo personal computing devices, ThinkPad, ThinkBook and ThinkCentre as ComputerVault virtual desktop clients, provide a complete end-to-end software and hardware solution. Lenovo’s inclusion of ComputerVault software in its global ecosystem of Value-Added R...