Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is an alternative to traditional desktop computing which allows users to access a virtual session from any location without being tied to a single machine.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is an alternative to traditional desktop computing. A computer's operating system and applications usually run locally on its internal hard drive. With VDI, the traditional desktop is replaced by a virtual session from a remote server.
Virtual Desktop Service offers the following benefits to MU departments:
- Reduced life cycle cost for the operating system and hardware.
- Improved overall support of the operating system and hardware.
- Remote location access to user desktop.
- Reduced energy usage.
There is a recurring fee of $26.00 each month for MU departments, payable by MoCode.
For additional assistance, contact Tech Support at 573.882.5000.