Articles : Remote Desktop


The Role of ICT and the Tech Sector in Sustainability

by Iwan Price-Evans on Cloud • September 21, 2021

With climate change and resource shortages increasingly dangerous problems for our planet and society, it's important that we continue to increase efforts to live and work more sustainably. One of the key opportunities we have comes in the form of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) which are at the forefront of our technological innovation. The tech sector can play an important role in driving sustainability by enabling lower energy and resource use.

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How Intelligent Load Balancing Avoids Common RDP Pitfalls

by Iwan Price-Evans on Remote Desktop • October 21, 2019

Today’s workforce is increasingly mobile and remote, as many of us can now work effectively outside our traditional offices thanks to broadband connectivity, advances in networking technology and more capable mobile devices. Remote working not only increases employee productivity but also makes for happier employees who don’t have to contend with the stresses of commuting and can more easily balance work and life commitments. Companies that offer remote working are also more attractive to talented job seekers. But businesses need to be smart about how they support remote access to internal servers in order to minimize costs, prevent network downtime and provide secure connections.

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Using an ADC to Load Balance Remote Desktop (RDP) Connections

by Dave Blakey on Tips and Tricks • August 7, 2018

More and more organizations are moving towards the widespread use of remote desktop (RDP) connections across their enterprise, and with good reason. RDP reduces the cost of application licenses and hardware, improves resource availability to roaming users and offers enhanced data security, especially in environments where BYOD is in place. However, problems can start to occur when an organization starts to outgrow its existing RDP infrastructure through expansion or simply giving more users access to remote desktop functions. As RDP servers start to hit capacity, issues such as dropped or refused connections can have a significant impact on productivity. An effective solution to this problem is to route all RDP functions through a load-balanced server farm using an application delivery controller (ADC). Application delivery controllers have gained traction over the years, largely due to their ability to improve the resiliency, security and performance of web-delivered applications. Learn about the Snapt ADC for RDP.

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