Although on the rise, teleworking has not been implemented decisively in all countries, but in the midst of the coronavirus crisis it has become a necessity for many companies, which are forced to send their employees to work from home as a preventive measure against contagion.
This situation presents a great challenge for many companies all around the world, where, traditionally, they do not usually telework and, therefore, do not have the appropriate tools and systems to be able to manage and control the work of their employees remotely.
How can a large-scale teleworking system be set up quickly, flexibly, safely and economically and being adopted by any employee without requiring much knowledge?
Fortunately, there are solutions that make this whole process easier, such as the Amazon WorkSpaces tool, a secure desktop as a service (DaaS) pay-per-use solution that, combined with access to your Microsoft Active Directory, will make your users not notice the difference.
Amazon WorkSpaces – accessible by employees from anywhere, anytime
With Amazon WorkSpaces you can provide, in just a few minutes, the desktops you need, both Windows (with or without Office) and Linux, accessible by employees from anywhere, anytime and from any compatible device (PC, laptop, tablet, mobile). Furthermore, it is secure because of its data encryption.
Thanks to the flexibility of the AWS Cloud, the system can be quickly scaled to provide thousands of desktops to employees around the world.
Prices adapted to your needs
The WorkSpaces implemented are pay-per-use and you have multiple options to make your own plan (pay per month, hours, with Office, etc.), which allows you to set up a teleworking structure for a limited time and without commitments at an affordable price.
Additionally, Amazon WorkSpaces helps simplify desktop delivery because, in addition to managing a smaller inventory of hardware (servers, workstations, etc.), you’ll save on the installation and management of complex, more difficult to scale virtual desktop server (VDI) infrastructures. That way, you can focus on what matters: Giving a good service to your users.