Best in the market for remote desktop connection
April 30, 2021

Best in the market for remote desktop connection

Sandeep Reyyi | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Amazon WorkSpaces (VDI)

Amazon WorkSpaces (VDI) is a great tool for easily accessing the remote desktop of our organization. It works on almost every OS. It is stable and works seamlessly. We use this tool across our organization. During this pandemic situation, it has been great help with the work from home situation. It doesn't consume lot of ram and hence can be run on any machine.
  • Stable and secure
  • Consumes less RAM
  • Works perfectly even under low internet speed
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Authentication mail arrives late sometimes
  • Should have the option to authenticate the login with a text code
  • Doesn't remember login password
  • Doesn't require VPN
  • Works on any platform
  • Easy to use
  • User-friendly interface
  • It helped reach 100% remote access
  • Increased productivity
  • Ease of use
It doesn't require VPN. It has multi-factor authentication unlike AnyConnect. It is stable and has cross-platform support. It has highly secure servers, which is so safe and secure. AnyConnect doesn't work on macOS and Linux. The Amazon WorkSpaces (VDI) user interface is simple and very intuitive. On the other hand, AnyConnect doesn't have two-factor authentication for secure login.

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Amazon WorkSpaces (VDI) is stable on Windows Client, even under low internet speed. It is secure with its two-factor authentication. It works great even with a low-spec machine because it consumes very little memory. It is a bit unstable on macOS client and it doesn't quit on the first try sometimes--we have to force quit the application.