Virtual client computing is a type of computing that allows users to virtualize their desktops. It overcomes the drawbacks of the typical distributed desktop environment. Virtual client computing aids in the enhancement of service quality and security, as well as the reduction of expenses and increased flexibility.
During the projected period, the virtual client computing market is expected to increase due to rising demand for virtual client computing solutions such as terminal service, virtual user session (VUS), virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and others.
Virtual client computing provides several advantages, including improved performance, the elimination of program conflicts, increased productivity, business continuity, and a better end-user experience, to name a few. During the projected period 2021-2031, the virtual client computing market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22.0 percent.
What is Driving Virtual Client Computing Demand?
One of the key factors driving demand for virtual client computing is the growing requirement for greater user productivity and enhanced information security.
During the projection period, the market for virtual client computing will be buoyed by a continuous trend of adopting mobile devices and increased demand for an agile workforce.
Because of developments in information sharing technologies and the growing usage of mobile devices, cloud-based deployment is likely to contribute the largest revenue share. It also has a variety of characteristics, such as removing complications, reducing client work effort, increasing flexibility, and staying up to date. The virtual client computing market is growing due to the dependability of such benefits.
Who are the Major Virtual Client Computing Providers?
Virtual client computing is offered by several notable companies.
- Microsoft Corporation
- Fujitsu Limited
- VMware Inc.
- Ericom Software, Inc.
- Dell EMC