Kidaro (www.kidaro.com), an Israeli company that sells a virtual desktop computing product for enterprises (enabling remote workers to access their files securely) has raised $10 million in venture capital.

This is a hot area right now. We’ve witten about “virtualization” technology here.

The latest round was led by Opus Capital, and included existing investors Genesis Partners and Storm Ventures. Opus Capital General Partner Dan Avida will join Kidaro’s Board of Directors.

From the release:

Kidaro’s flagship product, Kidaro Managed Workspaceâ„¢, enables organizations to extend their desktop environment securely to users anywhere, using a serverless, scalable solution. Kidaro leverages proven virtualization technologies (VMware®, Microsoft® VirtualPC) to create, deploy, control and update corporate workspaces for diverse users, from remote employees to onsite temporary users, corporate laptop users and offsite facilities and subsidiaries.