Xfce GUI on Arch Linux (DaaS) Desktop as a Service by Ntegral Inc
Xfce GUI on Arch Linux (Desktop as a Service) is a solution developed so that can work securely from multiple locations with different devices. A fully managed Arch Linux Virtual Desktop environment to support your development and business application environment. It’s a virtual desktop, independent from any physical hardware and it’s hosted in Azure, Microsoft’s cloud solution, and comes with the tools to help you in your day to day activities. As long as you have an internet connection you’ll always have Arch Linux Desktop with you, being able to access it through any device, be it a regular computer or notebook, or even your tablet.
Remote work is an essential component of how to respond to a worst-case scenario like COVID-19 where a company or government decision result in a significant number of people unable to work from their office. People might be unable to work from their offices as a consequence of the shutdown of public transport, schools or large city areas. Xfce GUI on Arch Linux gives you the freedom to work from anywhere in the world with advanced and familiar tools, maximum data security and complete control. Rapid deployment and no hardware or software maintenance required.
The desktop image comes pre-configured with the following:
- RDP based remote desktop environment
Why use Ntegral Certified Apps?
Ntegral certified images are always up-to-date, secure, and built to work right out of the box.
Ntegral packages applications following industry standards, and continuously monitors all components and libraries for vulnerabilities and application updates. When any security threat or update is identified, Ntegral automatically repackages the applications and pushes the latest versions to the cloud marketplaces.
How to Use
RDP on port 3389
No contract needed: pay per hour
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