Large companies have long been able to eliminate the risk that comes from lost, stolen or broken computers by replacing traditional PCs with virtual desktops. But that solution required a significant financial investment in sophisticated software and high-powered servers, making virtual desktops largely cost-prohibitive for smaller organizations. Until now.
Things changed last year when Microsoft quietly released its Cloud PC service, which enables the sign-up of a single virtual desktop to run in Microsoft’s cloud. So today, even small firms with modest IT budgets are increasingly realizing the advantages of virtual desktops.
But how do you know if they’re right for your firm?
This article published by Attorney at Work outlines the pros and cons of virtual desktops to help you make an informed decision.
Read the full article here: What are Virtual Desktops | Are They Right for Small Law Firms? (attorneyatwork.com)