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Virtual desktops can add resilience to disaster recovery
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One of the perks of virtual desktop infrastructure is that you can use it as a disaster recovery tool. Not only must businesses relying on virtual desktops make sure that they have backups, but they must also be aware of storage requirements and desktop as a service expectations. When considered as part of a DR plan, VDI can improve centralized management and control in case of a disaster.
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- How to use VDI to improve disaster recovery
- Fortune favors the bold for those using DaaS for DR
- Five steps to recover from a disaster with VDI
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