A Hosted Desktop is a desktop that’s saved in the cloud, rather than on an individual laptop or other device.
It enables you to make all your apps and files available to all your users from any connected device, anywhere in the world.
There are other advantages, in terms of security and the way you buy and install apps.
We will work with you to design a bespoke Hosted Desktop that meets the needs of all your users.
What does this service do for my business?
Improves communication and productivity in a hybrid workplace.
Some of the things you can do with Microsoft 365 include:
• Manage your emails
• Type up written documents in Word
• Creative comprehensive spreadsheets in Excel
• Build presentations in PowerPoint
• Organise your business using Business Apps
Why do I need this service?
If you have multiple users wanting access to files and applications, giving them their own software on their own desktop creates a problem.
You have to buy the software, install it on every device and make sure each copy is kept updated.
And then what happens if they leave their laptop on the train?
With a Hosted Desktop, you only have one version of each app to install and update, kept safely in the cloud where it can be accessed from anywhere using any connected device.
You can rent a Hosted Desktop rather than buying – a real benefit for small businesses that want a full infrastructure, without the hefty upfront cost.
How is this service delivered?
Every business has its particular desktop requirements, so we’ll tailor a solution just for you.
We will come and discuss your needs and design and install a Hosted Desktop for your business, with the following taken into account:
- What applications your users need access to.
- Where you want your files saved.
- Your budget and payment preferences.
What are the added benefits?
Give all your users access to the applications they need from anywhere, on any device with an internet connection.
You can buy, install and update all your apps in one place at one time with one licence.
Allows you to rent rather than buy apps, which is good news for startups wanting to hit the ground running.