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Virtual Desktops: ComputerVault vs Azure

ComputerVault performs like a local PC in both the LAN and WAN at less than 1/5th the cost of Azure.

ComputerVault is an on-premises solution while Azure is a public cloud Desktop-as-a-Service. An on-premises solution means:

          Greater Data Security: you always know where your data is

          Dedicated Bandwidth: better throughput control in the WAN

          Dedicated Resources: no Noisy Neighbors in a public cloud

ComputerVault performs like a local PC in both the LAN and WAN. No DaaS does that. ComputerVault and Azure are both available with a monthly subscription. The difference is that  ComputerVault is less than 1/5th the cost of Azure’s DaaS. ComputerVault offers superior performance at a fraction of the cost of an Azure DaaS. Why would you buy anything else? 

Also, check out “Why ComputerVault?” on our YouTube page. 

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