Remote Working Solutions


Virtual Desktop Infrastructure to Power Your Remote Employees

Support the Rise of the Mobile Worker

Today’s workforce wants to work where they are most productive, and leverage their device or computing platform of choice. This is more than a trend, and it is truly changing the way we work. As a result, organizations must evolve their IT infrastructure to create a better way to support their increasingly mobile, collaborative, and dispersed workforce.

What is a Remote Working Solution?

We provide successful businesses with the facility to work remotely without compromising on network security. With our help, your team can work to maximum output, regardless of their location. Our services provide solutions for email, office desk top and company extra-net, which are both cost effective and reliable.

For high quality ‘in office’ solutions, we enable the services by linking the right devices depending on your needs to reliable, proven systems. The result of which is excellent productivity from your employees without losing a minute of the working day.

What is Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)?

It enables the delivery of a rich, personalised environment to every user with all the benefits of centralised management. VDI allows IT to run desktops in the datacentre while giving end users a single view of all their applications and data in a familiar environment on any device, in any location.

With proper implementation of the correct VDI solution for your specific requirements you will attain greater flexibility, reliability, efficiency and security along with the ability to manage desktops and applications remotely from the service desk and datacentre.


Applications and benefits of a remote working solution.

Our remote access solution is used by busy executives & travelling professionals, workers who spend time away from their desks, people with high e-mail usage, people who access or share diaries & contacts or anyone needing frequent contact with customers, suppliers, colleagues etc. For example, some key uses have been listed below:

Increased Productivity

Use off-site, travelling or waiting time productively

Emails Communication

Send & receive e-mail via your company account

Remote Files Access

Access files on your company cloud or server

Better Sales

Process orders while its hot & close jobs quickly

Faster Communications

Supply information to key contacts without delay

Keeping Employees Organized

Manage your calendar, diary, tasks & folders remotely

Simplified & Centralized IT

That is easily provisioned, managed and delivered

Easy Management and Security

Services are managed and secured from a single place

Consistent Experience

Empowered with a single workspace, accessible anywhere


Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is the practice of hosting a desktop operating system
within a virtual machine (VM) running on a centralised server.

VDI adds further functionality to the client / server computing model (also referred to as server -based computing (SBC)).Combining both VDI and other traditional SBC technologies allows hardware, operating systems, user data and applications to be virtualised and independant.

Desktop and Application Virtualisation provies user environments in a layered, modular and centrally managed approach. This technology can be delivered from the data centre and accessed by the client devices, whereby only the screen information is transmitted between the server and the client, or streamed down to the client device for offline access.

Hardware & software upgrades, application deployment, technical support and data storage & backup are simplified because all management is centralised in the Data Centre. Data and applications reside on a few servers rather than on hundreds or thousands of clients. Using Desktop and Application Virtualisation for production and testing results in immediate improvements in time to market, costs and quality.

Production and Test Optimisation CIO’s are under constant pressure to deliver high quality enterprise applications and desktops more quickly at lower cost. While delivering quality software on time and on budget has never been easy, the task is further complicated by modern multi-tier architectures, hardware, multiple operating systems and applications.

Key benefits of Desktop & Application Virtualisation
  • Consolidate desktops into the Data Centre for use in test or production
  • Centralise management and deployment of applicatons and desktops
  • Remove the phsyical hardware dependancy from the operating system
  • Client device independance
  • Rapidly deploy new desktops and applications on demand for new users
Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
  • Faster, more flexible, and more reliable disaster recovery at a lower cost achieved through the removal of dependencies of operating systems on specific server hardware and a centralised model
  • Users environments are delivered via highly avaliable data centres
  • Simplified and repeatable processes for implementing business continuity solutions.


Users can access their desktop and applications on demand from anywhere on the network, from home or on the road, from any type of client device. It allows them to be more productive and efficient.

All the data is stored on secure servers without it being ‘spread out’ onto the less secure client computers.

High network and end point security
•  Network security includes anti-fraud and DOS protection
•  End user protection with firewalls and IP VPNs integration
•  Strong authentication
•  Centralized policy tools allow administrators finite policy control