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· 10 min read
Brady Ranum

4 Ways to Maximize Digital Workspace Performance

Dizzion has been delivering virtualized Digital Workspaces for over a decade, and we've seen first-hand that adoption rates for Digital Workspaces continue to rise, especially post pandemic. When we think about the drivers behind this, we can't help but think it has A LOT to do with the ever-increasing ability of the technology to meet the performance needs of a wider range of workloads. A few years ago, Digital Workspaces were widely considered only well suited to a few simple use cases, but today, there are numerous organizations using Digital Workspaces to serve their entire workforce, from CEO on down. There's a lot that contributes to the increase in Digital Workspace performance over the years - some of it has to do with software manufacturers improving protocols, platforms and adding features. But there is still a lot to be said for the way in which the underlying components are configured by a Digital Workspace service provider (or an IT department). Huge performance gains can be seen by ensuring that you're paying attention to some basic best practices that impact performance, four of which we've detailed in this blog post. If you're not doing these four things, your Digital Workspace environment(s) definitely aren't performing as well as they could be.

· 7 min read
Ruben Spruijt

When "work from home" became the norm for many of us, there were those that had the ability to work from everywhere with virtual desktops and applications, and those that didn't. Those organizations with modern, flexible VDI and DaaS solutions in place said "No sweat. We got this."

Delivering the best user experience, supporting a modern workforce with delivery of virtual desktop and applications, and adopting cloud resources both on-premises and in the public cloud is key for many of us. Unfortunately, too many organizations prioritize cost reduction rather than delivering a great user experience, and often fundamental questions are answered too simply and expectations are not properly managed. So, how can you use Nutanix Frame, our desktop as a service solution, to both deliver a great user experience and lower costs?