Being able to access your work computer from any endpoint on a network is convenient for most and an absolute necessity for some. Some workers are required to move around the facility they are working in, between different facilities or even all around the world. For those users, there is a desktop virtualization technology that allows them to interact with a remote device’s operating system and its apps as if they were running locally. This technology is known as Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, or VDI. How does VDI work? The hypervisor (i.e. the server that hosts virtual desktops)...