I have more of a general question rather than something specific. My organization is considering moving production from our office to a managed co-lo. With this we were asked to monitor our internal bandwidth so we can pick the appropriate private line between the co-lo and our HQ. We currently use VMWare view to connect to desktops and have 4 ESX hosts. We are looking to connect a max of 50 desktops.
What I don't understand is, when I connect from home and input the external IP to access the view server, technically I'm just going over the public internet at whatever given bandwidth I have. So why wouldn't we just get extremely fast internet in both locations and just connect to the view servers in that require? Why require a private line if PCOIP is supposed to be very secure?
I believe there might be something I'm missing, but any information would be really helpful.
I know organizations, that are quite happy with SSL VPNs, PCoIP, they use the Internet, and their ISP to connect to their Datacentre hosting their Virtual Machines, they accept the risk, and cost saving
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