Cut logon times
Long logons annoy
It's true. In fact, research indicates that after a 30-second wait, 71% of end users will perform personal tasks for up to five minutes, costing the company time and money and leaving unlocked devices open to security breaches.
In addition to decreased user productivity, protracted logon times can drive poor user acceptance of desktop virtualization and higher service desk call volume. Ending long logons builds end-user confidence in IT, reduces IT costs, and contributes to improved productivity for all.