Though keeping up with quickly evolving desktop virtualization technologies can be a challenge, the primary reason most virtual desktop projects fail is that organizations jump in without identifying the goals they need to achieve. To ensure a successful desktop virtualization initiative, it’s crucial that organizations start from the ground up. This e-book provides a critical overview of virtual desktops, their benefits and their drawbacks. Read on to secure your virtual desktop foundation and sharpen your expertise. Access >>>
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Beyond PCs: Navigating the new end-user client landscape
Consumerization and cloud computing have given rise to end users and customers using a wide variety of devices to access your critical IT services. ...