Companies have had to arrange for all employees to work remotely full time due to the uncertainties created by COVID 19. While remote working has helped companies maintain productivity levels, the real test isn’t just accommodating flexible work hours and virtual collaboration. The need of the hour is to scale the remote working infrastructure to accommodate all employees. Integrating the entire workforce remotely comes with several challenges. The most obvious one is if the devices available with employees at home can support applications required to work efficiently. Secondly, whether they have access to adequate internet connectivity to ensure synchronization similar to the physical workplace.
In physical workplaces, download speeds are required to be high for employees to access the internet; information is downloaded from company databases. Upload speeds are generally lower since fewer files need to be uploaded than downloaded. When the workplace functions remotely, organizations have to upload files when employees seek to access it, which means that information will arrive much slower than before due to low upload speeds. Internet speeds on personal devices are not consistent, which may disrupt the quality of work. Upload speeds generally being low affects data extraction from the company database and the employees when they upload any material they may have worked on.
Desktops have the most private data that a company can have. Several key advantages of a remote desktop system are centralized management, automatic updates, and security patches, making it easy to manage multiple systems. It is where the UnitedDaaS comes in; it provides a robust governance and monitoring model and eases the management of the devices, their upgrades, and security. Keeping data secure across different locations, devices, and networks is a steep mountain to climb. Migrating applications to the cloud mitigate security challenges. Private clouds offer dedicated, secure data centers that can scale and meet performance requirements. Public clouds provide remote desktop applications, but they operate on a shared infrastructure, which means that they are inherently exposed to attacks by malicious parties. UnitedDaaS is fully compliant with SSAE18, SOC 1 and SOC 2 security standards, including a secure network optimized Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection for remote access.
The high-performance work from home virtual server by UnitedLayer includes a remote Desktop as a Service solution deployed in your private, dedicated, and highly secure Virtual Data Center (vDC). The existence of enterprise applications and employee desktops on the same private cloud allows for a robust, high performing system as it eliminates the lag from the data being relayed to employees from applications. These servers run on 10Gg networking and offer high-performance computing with 99.999% high-availability, all-flash storage. UnitedLayer can spin up your Virtual Data Center (vDC) solution and set up your applications and optimize them within minutes. The scalability of UnitedDaaS helps your IT grow as fast as your business and provides employees with a seamless desktop experience anywhere, anytime.
Visit the United Private Cloud website today to know more about why UnitedDaaS is the right choice for your organizational needs.