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  • Zero-client computing

    The zero-client computing e-book series delves into essential aspects of how virtual desktop services can be provided with as little configuration as possible. Many vendors sell zero clients that do not in fact require zero configuration, so definitions tend to be fluid. These chapters will counter that vagueness with specifics on the distinctions between zero clients and thin clients, as well as guidance on how best to implement and manage zero clients.

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  • 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 sufficient RAM, you can't reduce it to the point that it becomes a non-issue.

    This e-book will explain how to prepare your VDI storage infrastructure to deal effectively with the various I/O issues that can occur. Learn more about storage strategies and how to make shared storage work.

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      • Exploring the future of desktop virtualization

        Desktop virtualization technology still hasn’t surpassed the PC in terms of user experience, but it continues to mature and offer opportunities in application delivery and simplified management. This e-book looks at the state of virtual desktop adoption with a focus on new and forthcoming options. It explores potential opportunities and obstacles presented by the technologies that are slowly but surely changing the face of traditional IT.

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      • Brian Madden Book: Today's VDI challenges and pitfalls

        In this featured book on BrianMadden.com, you will learn about the promise and reality of VDI and why it is so difficult for today’s organizations. Read about the future of applications, Windows, and devices, and how all this comes together in the form of the desktop of the future.

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      • Key network considerations for virtual desktop infrastructure

        This expert IT handbook from SearchVirtualDesktop.com is designed to guide IT pros through their transitions to virtual desktop infrastructure. Discover factors to consider before getting started, including network protocols, the user experience, and more.

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      • Desktop virtualization notes From Brian Madden

        Brian Madden, creator of BriForum and brianmadden.com, takes an in-depth look at desktop virtualization in this expert e-book. Read on for tips, suggestions, and insights from one of the leading experts on virtualization. Get your toughest desktop virtualization questions answered today.

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      • Zero-client computing

        The zero-client computing e-book series delves into essential aspects of how virtual desktop services can be provided with as little configuration as possible. Many vendors sell zero clients that do not in fact require zero configuration, so definitions tend to be fluid. These chapters will counter that vagueness with specifics on the distinctions between zero clients and thin clients, as well as guidance on how best to implement and manage zero clients.

        View E-Book
      • 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 sufficient RAM, you can't reduce it to the point that it becomes a non-issue.

        This e-book will explain how to prepare your VDI storage infrastructure to deal effectively with the various I/O issues that can occur. Learn more about storage strategies and how to make shared storage work.

        View E-Book
      • Exploring the future of desktop virtualization

        Desktop virtualization technology still hasn’t surpassed the PC in terms of user experience, but it continues to mature and offer opportunities in application delivery and simplified management. This e-book looks at the state of virtual desktop adoption with a focus on new and forthcoming options. It explores potential opportunities and obstacles presented by the technologies that are slowly but surely changing the face of traditional IT.

        View E-Book
      • Brian Madden Book: Today's VDI challenges and pitfalls

        In this featured book on BrianMadden.com, you will learn about the promise and reality of VDI and why it is so difficult for today’s organizations. Read about the future of applications, Windows, and devices, and how all this comes together in the form of the desktop of the future.

        View E-Book
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      • Desktop virtualization notes From Brian Madden

        Brian Madden, creator of BriForum and brianmadden.com, takes an in-depth look at desktop virtualization in this expert e-book. Read on for tips, suggestions, and insights from one of the leading experts on virtualization. Get your toughest desktop virtualization questions answered today.

        View E-Book
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