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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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