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Amazon Workspaces is a cloud-based service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that enables organizations to create and manage virtual desktop environments for their employees. With Amazon Workspaces, users can access a fully functional Windows or Linux desktop from a variety of devices, including computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones, over the internet. Amazon Workspaces is commonly used in scenarios where organizations want to provide remote or virtual desktops to their employees, contractors, or partners while maintaining control over security and compliance. It offers different configurations and bundles to cater to various user needs and computing requirements.

How it works:

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Empower your remote workforce and react quickly to changing conditions with access to apps and desktops from anywhere.

Strengthen security by storing user data on AWS instead of vulnerable endpoint devices.

Optimize costs with on-demand, pay-as-you-go scaling with a range of compute, memory, and storage options.

Reduce downtime with fully managed application delivery and highly reliable AWS infrastructure designed for 99.9% uptime.

Use cases
  • Onboard contingent workers

Enable work-from-home and remote workers to access fully functional Windows and Linux desktops from any location.

Easily assign and remove desktops for contractors while keeping your sensitive data secure in the cloud.

Provide high-performance desktops for developers and engineers to store and access proprietary models, designs, and code.

Enable contact center agents to work from anywhere with a secure, easy-to-use agent experience.

  • Let contact center agents work from anywhere

  • Run powerful desktops

  • Facilitate remote work

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