Understanding desktop virtualization players and offerings

Brien Madden
Brian Madden
Desktop virtualization holds promise for helping IT managers keep better control of their enterprise desktops. There is a confusing array of emerging products and new vendors that conspire to make sifting through the pile even more challenging. Here are some tips for managers who want to familiarize themselves with the market and the technology.

In this webcast, independent virtualization expert Brian Madden will help Windows managers navigate the landscape of software and hardware vendors claiming to be in the virtualization space. He will also:

  • Differentiate the core types of desktop virtualization technologies
  • Explain which vendors actually play in this space
  • Explain which products solve which needs
  • Look at what's available today and what's coming soon

Attend this webcast

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  • Webcast: Virtualization: Rethinking the Windows desktop
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  • IT pros dish on the future of desktops
    VDI is working out the kinks. Thin clients ease desktop management. And some say cell phones may replace fat clients.

This was first published in June 2008

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