How to Save time and money with desktop as a service (DaaS)
Surveys show that 87% of organizations have a mix of on-premises and cloud-based infrastructure1. And many face a delicate balancing act of getting value from available resources while keeping implementation costs down. Leveraging more cloud-based solutions, like Citrix DaaS workloads, can help in both of these areas. There’s no need to invest in additional hardware with Citrix-managed Azure or cloud-hosted desktops—in fact, annual hardware capital expenditures can be reduced by 56% after moving to a cloud-based model2. Existing on-premises resources can be managed alongside cloud desktops without adding infrastructure costs. And the predictable, pay-as-you-go consumption model makes it easy to scale up or down on demand.
If your IT department is still devoting a lot of time to routine infrastructure activities, moving to the cloud can be an ideal way to free them to focus on higher-value business initiatives. Citrix turnkey DaaS capabilities pave the way for quick and easy expansion to the cloud, with options to roll out new desktops in just five clicks. There’s no need to set up servers or manage patches and updates. By leveraging DaaS resources, you can offload infrastructure management and add capacity fast—even if you don’t already have a public cloud vendor in place for hosting. IT can scale desktops up or down to users across the globe in minutes and use the regained time to focus on digital transformation plans that help move your business forward.
With remote work accelerating at a rapid pace3, today’s organizations can't afford to be slowed down by complicated IT. The easier it is to manage your environment, the better positioned your business will be to meet the needs of an increasingly flexible workforce. Within Citrix Cloud, all of your service offerings can be managed from a single console to streamline IT operations. When leveraging Citrix DaaS, you can seamlessly deploy, manage, and monitor new workloads worldwide. Regardless of where your resources are hosted—on-premises, in the cloud or as a hybrid solution—IT admins are in full control.