Hosted Desktops

Work From Anywhere, With Our Hosted Desktops Created For Your Business

What is a hosted desktop solution? 

Hosted desktops are a cloud-based business solution that provides a virtual environment that can be accessed using any device, anywhere, and at any time, providing there is an internet connection. Therefore it is a popular IT solution for workforces that work remotely, flexibly, and on-premise.

What are the benefits of our hosted desktops?

Robust & Bespoke: Our hosted desktops are built on Microsoft Azure and are designed specifically with your business in mind. That means we customise your desktop solution to ensure your industry applications work smoothly. These include Practice Manager, CRMs, and Sage.

Scalable: Hosted desktops are suitable for businesses of all sizes. As a cloud-based solution, it is easy to scale based on your workforce demands.

Data Backup: Your data is backed up onto multiple cloud servers and always readily available if a disaster occurs.

Secure: Working within a hosted desktop means that your data and network is kept safe if your device is lost or stolen.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Hosted Desktop Solutions

What is ‘Desktop as a Service’?
This is another term used for hosted desktops and simply means that the desktop environment you work on runs in the cloud rather than your device.
Are hosted desktops only suitable for large companies?
Hosted desktops are suitable for businesses of all sizes and across all sectors. We make sure that it is a solution that is tailored to your business requirements. ‘Off the shelf’ hosted desktops will likely have issues with industry specific applications causing headaches for your staff.
Where is my data stored and why is data backup important?
When working within a hosted desktop, your files are backed up onto the cloud which basically means multiple servers. This means that your data is not stored locally on your device or on one lone server. Why is this important? If an incident occurs such as a ransomware attack, you want to have access to your files quickly. You also want these files to be recent. This way, your business can recover much more quickly. Learn more about data backup HERE

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