Remote workplace

A remote workplace is the organization of the workflow of an employee, department, or the entire company outside the office by connecting an employee’s personal device with work software.

There are two main ways to organize a remote workplace: through terminal access and a virtual workplace. In both cases, the necessary documents and applications are stored on the server, and the employee connects to it through a “thin client”. These methods are different:

  • Terminal Access (RDS) is a server or servers on a single OS that employees connect to remotely. Simply put, all employees work simultaneously on one large virtual computer.
  • Virtual Workplace (VDI) — all employee data is stored centrally, while everyone has their own virtual PC. In this regard, the risk of server disruption by an employee is lower than with terminal access.

Why do I need a remote workplace (UTM)

A remote workplace allows you to protect your company from information leaks, password theft and other privacy issues. UTM also facilitates the use of corporate applications and the transition of employees to a single software.

When temporarily switching to remote work, it is recommended to rent places for employees for the required period in order to save money. If the company plans to completely abandon the office, then it makes sense to organize the UTM on its servers.

How to organize a remote workplace (UTM)

To organize a remote workplace, companies usually turn to providers who take over the logistical and technical component. Professionals will tell you the most suitable format and tariff, as well as help you install corporate applications and organize file transfer to the server. This format allows you not to deploy your own infrastructure, but to enjoy all the advantages of a remote workplace.

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