Remote Windows apps and desktops as a service are getting cheaper and easier to provide. Desktop as a service, or DaaS, is the perfect pairing for Chromebooks, MacBooks and even iPads, which are all becoming more mature endpoints in their own right. The result is these two trends can come together and allow organizations to offer users more diverse endpoint device options.
The idea of using app and desktop remoting to enable non-Windows endpoints certainly isn’t new. This has always been a central tenet of remote computing. Specifically, the idea of combining VDI or DaaS with Chromebooks has been the subject of several partnership announcements. Today, however, there are several trends that are injecting new life into this idea.
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