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Desktop as a Service Resource Hub

DaaS is a win-win for users and IT.

  • Streamline Remote Work
  • Easily Scale On Demand
  • Protect Data
  • Optimize VDI Investment


Why is now the time for Desktop as a Service (DaaS)?


Remote work styles, supply chain delays, security concerns, and VDI skill scarcity is causing a shift from on-premise virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to DaaS. Watch experts from Nerdio, Rimo3, and ProArch discuss why organizations are moving to DaaS.



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DaaS Insights & Resources

VDI vs. DaaS: Everything You Need to Know
Why Desktop as a Service Is a Win-Win for IT and Users
The Benefits of Migrating to Azure Virtual Desktop
Infographic: Implementing Desktop as a Service
What is Azure Virtual Desktop?


What is Desktop as a Service (DaaS)?

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is a cloud-based VDI that utilizes the infrastructure from a public cloud and a set of services from an outsourced IT partner to deliver a modern desktop experience to the end user. A managed DaaS model like ProArch’s provides application packaging, image and application management, user support, security, and more.

What are the benefits of DaaS?

Increased Scalability: DaaS provides the flexibility to scale up or down as needed, without having to make long-term investments in IT infrastructure.

Greater Flexibility: DaaS enables remote access to applications and data from anywhere and on any device, making it an ideal solution for remote workforces. DaaS also allows businesses to easily provide access to employees, contractors, and partners without providing managed devices.

Improved Security: DaaS includes security features that protect sensitive business data. This level of security is especially important for those that need to comply with regulatory frameworks.

Simplified IT Management: DaaS reduces the time spent managing and maintaining VDI environments. Plus, the DaaS provider handles software updates, backups, and other maintenance tasks.



What is the difference between VDI and DaaS?

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) uses virtual machines that IT manages to deliver virtualized desktops and applications. VDI can be on-premises, in the Cloud, or hybrid.

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is a service offering that provides the same benefits as VDI but removes the restrictions, cost, and complexity. With Desktop as a Service, your data and applications are stored on virtual desktops in a hosted environment like Azure Virtual Desktop and managed by a provider like ProArch. 

Keep reading more on VDI vs. DaaS.

ProArch can help you become a more flexible & agile organization.

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) from ProArch is for organizations who are looking to streamline their IT infrastructure, improve security, reduce costs, and provide their employees with a flexible way of working.

Maximize your VDI investment by working with one partner who implements, manages, and optimizes the virtual desktop environment.