Desktop Virtualisation

Consistent Desktop Experience

Managing multiple hardware and operating system across a vast IT estate can be challenging at times to your staff as well time consuming especially as your organisation is growing. Using Desktop virtualisation, we can present a consistent desktop experience to all our users, whilst allowing you to reduce your costs by consolidating hardware and software, as well as licensing across your estate.

We can provide end to end Desktop and Application services, so you don’t have to use multiple providers

How Does It Work?

Desktop virtualisation separates a user’s desktop environment and their applications from their physical machines. This means that the data from this environment can be contained and hosted locally on the machine via a hypervisor, or it can be hosted centrally

the physical device used to access it. Desktop Virtualisation allows the user to continue to access virtually any system application without ever making it present on their physical machine, all without disrupting their personal operating experience, regardless of the device used to access them

Benefits Of Virtualisation

Virtualising the desktop operating system has many benefits, such as creating a consistent desktop image that can be easily managed on a day-to-day basis, and provides a flexible platform from which to manage future operating system upgrades.

Business Continuity

A flexible and scalable solution that adapts and retains existing user working practices


Providing a secure operating environment, that reduces the risk associated with having multiple sources of data available on individual machines

Eases management

Simplifying IT administration with management of a single or group of defined images as opposed to managing many different hardware and software configurations across a varied estate

Reduced cost

Reduces the total cost of ownership as it is quicker, easier and less onerous to manage and support user environments

We Can Help You Find The Right Solution

Not sure which virtualisation solution is best for your environment? We can advise you on the best technology and solution to meet your needs.

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
VDI is the method of hosting desktop operating systems within virtual machines running on a centralised server. VDI strengthens overall desktop control by enabling the consolidation and centralisation of the users operating environment.

Server-Based Computing
SBC is used when you want to deploy, manage and support applications from a centrally-based server. Users can typically connect to the server via a thin client PC, due to all resources being hosted by the server.

Client Hypervisors
A client hypervisor creates a virtualisation layer that is installed on a user’s laptop or desktop computer sitting directly on top of the hardware. This provides the ability to run a virtual desktop within the machine itself making it possible to run multiple operation systems can be operated at once.

The benefits of desktop virtualisation are considerable.

Do you want to know more about the benefits to either your business or that of your customer’s businesses? – Contact us and we will get one of our experts to discuss this with you further.