Desktop as a Service

The office always at your fingertips.

Working securely and more flexibly with an externally managed desktop: better for your staff, your customers and your business continuity.

Your benefits

  • Safe and efficient mobile working
  • Just as productive at any location and with any device
  • Positive impact on your customer service
  • Important data is stored in the cloud

The benefits of a virtual workplace

Outsourcing the management of the desktop environment of your employees saves you a tremendous amount of time and is much more efficient. But there's more: each user can use their own desktop environment, including business applications, on any device and at any location.

So a computer crash or theft does not mean a catastrophic risk of data loss. Your business data are always securely stored and managed through the cloud infrastructure. This means your employees also have the option of highly secure mobile working or using private devices: you always have control.

Mobile and flexible: good for employees and customers

Thanks to desktop as a service, your employees always have their office at their fingertips. For them, the ability to work without being tied to a physical office environment or a particular device is a great advantage. It gives them much greater flexibility in managing their tasks no matter where they are – at the office, on the road or at home. This same flexibility is also positive for the service to your customers: they can count on greater availability of their contact people and a faster service.

Do you want more mobile working options for your employees? Read how to approach this: four steps to secure and efficient mobile working.

Read the success story of EVBox

And discover how EVBox makes a difference thanks to the cloud.

Read the case study

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