Back when we had limited options for accessing our work servers remotely, we were forced to use whatever remote login or screen sharing system we could.
Impossibly long to boot up, difficult to work on, and easy to break, remote desktops were not our friend (not to mention that usually, a physical computer had to be on, lest we lose connection).
Now we have new and improved virtual desktops. With faster and more reliable internet speeds, it’s now possible to log into a virtual computer in under a minute. These virtual desktops run on secure cloud servers. That means office data lives on big servers in a data centre instead of in a dusty office server room.
The information travels so fast that when you’re working on a virtual desktop, you usually can’t tell you’re working on anything but your usual computer. Plus, virtual desktops make it easy to log in and work remotely.
Those are the reasons why internally at Inderly, we use the exact same virtual desktop system that we provide our clients.
Our version of a remote desktop, or a virtual desktop system: