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Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

  • Updated: 2020/06/11

    Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

    Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a virtualization technology that hosts an operating system on a central server and proves virtual desktops to end terminals or Thin Clients. Many Enterprises use VDI to expose their business applications to their employees to ensure data security and unnecessary exposure. Usually, VDIs' use screen capture methods to transmit or show information to the employees at their end terminals.
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