End-User-Computing (EUC)

By March 8, 2019

End-user computing (EUC) is a term that refers to the technologies that IT professionals use to deploy, manage and secure the devices, applications and data that workers require to perform their jobs.

End User Computing pertains to how users, with multiple devices, are able to access their applications & data from anywhere at any time. Organizations typically deploy some form of VDI to provide secure access for EUC. End User Computing looks to seamlessly integrate these users, with their devices, into the computing environment. An EUC strategy thereby enables mobility and Bring-Your-Own-Device. An effective EUC/VDI infrastructure typically consists of servers for the virtualization software, flash storage for the desktop images and NAS storage for the data, plus networking.

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