Remote desktop services enable you to access a specific computer from any Internet access and device. For business owners gaining remote access to their desktops provides numerous benefits and allows a high level of flexibility in the way that they work that they otherwise would not be able to enjoy.
If you are considering a cloud based remote desktop solution but are still unsure if it is the right decision for your company, here are just a few of the advantages of remote desktops for businesses.
Today it is essential for almost all businesses to have a comprehensive computer system, but technology also has a tendency to create its own issues, whether it is viruses or problems downloading updates. This is why many business owners have to recruit IT specialists to help keep their computers working efficiently. Moving to a cloud based remote desktop solution, however, negates the need for costly an in-house servers and IT specialist as this can be outsourced and your computer’s IT can be dealt with effectively from a remote location. Not only will this save your business money, but will also mean that you have the confidence in knowing that your IT issues can be sorted out by accredited and well training support engineers
Out of office access
Often owning a business means having to be in many different locations, which can make getting on with work difficult. Factor into this that business owners will usually want to put in a few extra hours in the evening and at the weekend while at home, keeping all your work documents on one computer can become extremely difficult. By having remote desktop access it enables business owners to work on one desktop, meaning that you can access the files, documents and data needed from wherever you are working.
Understandably, computer security is a big issue for business owners and ensuring that their company’s data and information is well protected is of paramount importance. FSI Cloud’s remote desktop services provides encrypted delivery, meaning that your data is encrypted during transmissions and delivered through a highly secure appliance to protect your company’s information. This takes away the fears about protecting your business’ data and information that can arise when using remote desktop services, while also giving you peace of mind that your computer security is still comprehensive.
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