Global Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market Report 2019-2027 - Financial Services is the Fastest Growing Vertical - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The global virtual desktop infrastructure market is expected to grow in terms of revenue with a CAGR of 9.51% during the forecast period 2019 to 2027.

Workplace flexibility has emerged as a new trend in the corporate world, which has benefitted not only the employees, but also the organization. The organizations have witnessed considerable growth in the overall productivity of the employees and the employees have achieved job satisfaction. Telecommuting, flexible scheduling, part-time working, freelancing and others are some workplace flexibility trends that demand a proper infrastructure. VDI would be one of the favorites in such situations that would increase its adoption parallel with the workplace flexibility.

Adoption of BYOD policies in the organizations worldwide is mainly driving the global virtual desktop infrastructure market as implementing it has been a cost-saving means for devices. Employees now have the option of working from self-owned devices, which thus improves the productivity of an organization; thus, BYOD is being increasingly adopted. Bring your own device (BYOD) includes laptops, smartphones, tablets and other devices and helps the employees access their documents independently from outside the workplace. These factors are leading to the growth of the market.

Lack of training and education regarding VDI is one of the major restraints significantly hindering the growth of the market. Millions of devices connected to IoT (Internet of Things) create massive amounts of data that further need to be analyzed and protected. Skilled engineers, analysts and architects will be needed to gather and process the information and there is a shortage of technically sound professionals.

The increasing demand for bandwidth has proven to be a challenge for market growth as the virtual desktop infrastructure solutions are restricted for operation within a certain bandwidth. The operation of virtual desktop infrastructure depends on available bandwidth and Wide Area Network latency. Hence, the increasing demand for a bandwidth of high speed and remote access create a hurdle in the market growth process.

Regional Outlook

North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East & Africa are the regions that have been studied for the global virtual desktop infrastructure market.

Asia-Pacific is an uprising market and is expected to occupy a large market share in upcoming years. China, India, and Japan are some of the major countries driving the client virtualization software market in Asia-Pacific. Rise in the adoption of cloud technology in Asia-Pacific countries is one of the major factors adding to the expansion of the virtual desktop infrastructure market in the region.

Competitive Outlook

Leading companies in the virtual desktop infrastructure market are Microsoft Corporation, Fujian Centerm Information (Centerm), Dizzion, Inc., Dincloud, Huawei Technologies, Citrix Systems, Hewlett Packard, Listeq, Netapp, VMWare, Inc., IGEL Technology, NComputing, Cisco Systems, Hiveio and Thinspace Technology, Ltd.

Key Topics Covered

1. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market - Summary

2. Industry Outlook

2.1. Market Definition

2.2. Key Insights

2.2.1. IT Infrastructure Becoming Cheap Due to Innovations

2.2.2. Asia-Pacific is Expected to Be the Fastest Growing Region For Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market

2.2.3. Large Enterprises to Dominate the End User Segment

2.2.4. Financial Services is the Fastest Growing Vertical

2.3. Evolution & Transition of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

2.4. Porter's Five Force Analysis

2.4.1. Threat of New Entrants

2.4.2. Threat of Substitutes

2.4.3. Bargaining Power of Suppliers

2.4.4. Bargaining Power of Buyers

2.4.5. Threat of Competitive Rivalry

2.5. Key Impact Analysis

2.5.1. Company Background & Experience

2.5.2. Cost

2.5.3. Customizability

2.5.4. Scalability

2.6. Market Attractiveness Index

2.7. Vendor Scorecard

2.8. Industry Components

2.8.1. Suppliers

2.8.2. Service Development

2.8.3. Cloud Services & Management

2.8.4. End Users

2.9. Regulatory Framework

2.9.1. Key Market Strategies

2.9.2. Research & Product Launch

2.9.3. Merger & Acquisition

2.9.4. Partnership

2.10. Market Drivers

2.10.1. Rising Workplace Flexibility

2.10.2. Increased Adoption of Cloud Services

2.10.3. Rise in Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Culture

2.11. Market Restraints

2.11.1. Problems Associated With Training and Education

2.11.2. Privacy Concerns

2.11.3. Bandwidth Demand Too High

2.12. Market Opportunities

2.12.1. Rising Adoption of Cloud-Based Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

2.12.2. Desktop as a Service: a Rising Trend

2.13. Market Challenges

2.13.1. Compatibility Issues & Intricate System

2.13.2. Rising Free Services Provided By Companies to Increase Their Market Share

3. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market Outlook - By New Software Licenses & Support Services

3.1. New Software Licenses

3.2. Support Services

4. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market Outlook - By Deployment Type

4.1. On-Premise

4.2. Cloud-Based

5. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market Outlook - By Verticals

5.1. Information Technology

5.2. Financial Services

5.3. Manufacturing

5.4. Legal

5.5. Healthcare

5.6. Education

5.7. Retail

5.8. Public Sector/Government

5.9. Other Applications

6. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market Outlook - By End User

6.1. Large Enterprises

6.2. Small and Medium Enterprises

7. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market - Regional Outlook

7.1. North America

7.1.1. Market By New Software Licenses & Support Services

7.1.2. Market By Deployment Type

7.1.3. Market By Verticals

7.1.4. Market By End User

7.1.5. Country Analysis

7.1.5.1. United States

7.1.5.2. Canada

7.2. Europe

7.3. Asia-Pacific

7.4. Latin America

7.5. The Middle East & Africa

8. Competitive Landscape

8.1. Hiveio

8.2. Cisco Systems

8.3. Citrix Systems

8.4. Dincloud

8.5. Dizzion Inc.

8.6. Fujian Centerm Information (Centerm)

8.7. Hewlett Packard

8.8. Huawei Technologies

8.9. iGel Technology

8.10. Listeq

8.11. Microsoft Corporation

8.12. NComputing

8.13. Netapp

8.14. Thinspace Technology Ltd.

8.15. VMware Inc.

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