• How to access your Virtual Desktop

    Assuming that you have a capable device and a decent internet connection, there are 3 ways to access your ubiDesktop® Virtual Desktop: Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) or NX Protocol (for Linux VD only) VNC® Protocol (Virtual Network Computing) Third-party software of your choice (e.g. Team Viewer, Anydesk, FreeNX, etc.)…

  • Why use a Virtual Desktop?

    There are many reasons why you or your company might consider using remote VDs (virtual desktops). With VDs you can do nearly the same tasks you would do on a physical PC, but with the advantages of the cloud infrastructure, such as: computing poweryou can take advantage of the latest…

  • What is ubiDesktop?

    ubiDesktop® is a remote virtual desktop (Desktop as a Service) that lets you work with your preferred Operating System and applications from any device, wherever you are. In other words, it’s like carrying your PC around with you in your pocket. There are different names which refer to the same…

  • What to do if you forgot the password of your Virtual Desktop?

    If you didn’t change your password after your first deployment, you can still see it by pressing the Get Access button on your ubiDesktop dashboard. If the password that used to work doesn’t work anymore and you are sure you didn’t change it, then it is likely that your virtual…

  • How to renew, upgrade or cancel your subscription

    When you subscribe and pay for a new virtual desktop, among with the plan, you also choose how many months your subscription will last, after that your virtual desktop will be permanently deleted, unless you renew your subscription. Renewal We won’t charge you automatically for a renewal when your subscription…

  • How to get charged the right EU VAT rate

    When you make a purchase on our website, we are required by law to determine where the service will be consumed (State of Consumption) and charge VAT (sales tax) at your local rate unless you are in business or exempt. We will determine where our services will be “consumed” by…

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