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One of the chief benefits of the cloud is the ability to eliminate much of IT's hassle in managing corporate desktops. By providing users with a browser-only interface to a variety of corporate applications like email, administrators can reduce at least some of their workload by not having to upgrade desktops with security patches, new versions of software, etc.
However, there are a number of excellent reasons to maintain the existing desktop infrastructure: the performance of these applications is often better, the users can keep working when the Internet is unavailable, and employees don't have to be retrained on new systems. Plus, even when cloud-based applications are used, IT must still manage desktop malware protection, USB security, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), OS patches and other tasks.
What IT needs, then, is the ability to keep the desktop infrastructure in place, but to dramatically reduce the amount of time they spend configuring, patching, protecting and otherwise maintaining it.
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