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Virtual desktops require a lot of storage. Here are some hardware-based storage products and storage appliances that may work well in your VDI environment. You'll also want to consider capacity planning as you design your environment. Access >>>
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Weighing storage options for VDI
Architecting storage for virtual desktop environments
Virtual desktop infrastructure can be extremely demanding of I/O. And while you can reduce I/O overhead by providing each virtual desktop with ...
Putting Remote Desktop Services to work
This handbook looks at how Remote Desktop Services (RDS) tools are changing, particularly with the arrival of Windows Server 2012. Microsoft included...