When it comes to choosing a DaaS provider, organizations may get overwhelmed by the options. Compare the features and capabilities of 7 major vendors to determine the best fit
"DaaS is an increasingly popular deployment option for organizations that want to deliver a secure option for employees to remotely access desktops.
Not all DaaS services are the same, however. Organizations need to carefully vet potential providers to ensure they can deliver their desktop environments at a price that they can afford..."
With next-gen consoles arriving by the end of 2020 and NVIDIA's RTX 30 series of graphics cards cresting the horizon, HDMI 2.1 is looking more critical than ever. Does this mean you have to upgrade your TV to take advantage of the new features?
"Most displays on the market currently support the HDMI 2.0 standard, which has a bandwidth cap of 18 Gbits per second. That's enough to carry an uncompressed 4K signal at 60 frames per second at up to eight-bit color. This is adequate for the vast majority of uses, including watching UHD Blu-rays or playing games on an Xbox One X.
HDMI 2.1 is the next step forward for the standard, adding support for an uncompressed 8K signal at 60 frames per second in 12-bit color. It achieves this with a bandwidth throughput of 48 Gbits per second. Using display stream compression (DSC), HDMI 2.1 can push a 10K signal at 120 frames per second in 12 bit..."