TechEd attendee considers Microsoft virtual desktop infrastructure

TechEd attendee considers Microsoft virtual desktop infrastructure

Date: May 18, 2009

Microsoft virtual desktop infrastructure is attracting interest, even from some VMware server virtualization users.

C.J. Metz, senior systems administrator for Orange County United Way in Irvine, Calif., discussed his impressions of Microsoft's VDI software at the TechEd 2009 conference in Los Angeles.

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