BACKGROUND IMAGE: iSTOCK/GETTY IMAGES
Four questions for virtual app and desktop deployment
Choosing a virtual desktop delivery method and determining how to host desktops and applications are just two enterprise workstation decisions IT must make. Read Now
Picking the right VDI use cases means understanding users
When deciding whether or not to use VDI, IT pros should consider the user above all else, including how users will adjust, as well as what they do and where they work. Read Now
Quiz: Do you know the optimal VDI use cases?
Any IT pro considering VDI must know where to apply it. Find out if you know when and where VDI is a good fit with this quiz on user types, important considerations and more. Read Now
How to accurately assess your VDI hardware needs
Overestimating or underestimating hardware needs for a VDI deployment can cause major problems for IT. With a few simple pieces of advice, IT pros can get a more accurate picture. Read Now
When it comes to VDI planning, IT administrators must consider everything from hardware needs to software choices and user requirements to project strategy.
To understand how to set up VDI, IT must start by pondering each of these factors. What are the best use cases for your VDI deployment? What type of client hardware best suits your users and IT team? It's also important to note what other IT projects or technologies might affect a VDI deployment.
In this guide, discover how to set up VDI at the same time as transitioning to Windows 10. IT admins can also review resources that discuss how today's unified workspace technology could come into play.
With the six resources in this guide, IT admins can get tips for how to set up VDI and make the most of their virtual desktops.