Streaming Business Apps to Remote Workers During COVID-19

April 13th, 2020 |
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The coronavirus pandemic has modified the way the world works in what could be called the biggest ever work-from-home experiment. Ruben Spruijt, a senior technologist at Nutanix, explains how virtual desktop and desktop-as-a-service technologies are allowing IT departments to stream business applications to remote workers. He says interest in these technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic is rising. Joel St. Pierre, head of PMO, Global Customer Events at Autodesk describes how he uses DaaS to deliver workstation computer performance to students enrolled in Autodesk University.

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