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Consumerization and mobile computing have pushed IT to look for desktop solutions that can enable worker mobility and allow on-demand access to critical applications. With the rise of cloud computing, however, hosted desktop services have emerged as an alternative to desktop virtualization. This e-book discusses where desktop virtualization and Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) diverge, outlining the differences in management and security that enterprises need to know before choosing a solution. Access >>>
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Though keeping up with quickly evolving desktop virtualization technologies can be a challenge, the primary reason most virtual desktop projects fail...
This chapter takes a look at thin clients and zero clients, lightweight devices that could help organizations offset the expenses and management ...
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VDI can benefit from networking advances
Offline connections still pose a problem when it comes to VDI sessions. How has networking evolved to allow for better connections over the WAN and ...
With zero clients, exceptions shouldn't be the rule
Chapter 3 explores the post-rollout steps for an organization that has adopted zero clients. Once they are in place, IT needs to know how to manage ...
Develop your criteria for selecting VDI software
Learn about the latest options for VDI platforms and get an overview of the vendors and products that IT has to choose from. Also, get more ...