Any time you take part in a new venture, you need to weigh the pros and cons. For many companies considering desktop virtualization (DV), cost savings is a big factor. Yet all companies want users to remain as productive as possible, and that means having reliable, available applications that meet performance needs. To make DV most effective, businesses must balance the needs of IT to have a secure and central way to control and manage applications, operating systems (OS) and data. DV is about looking at client computing in a new way.
To learn all about it, read the feature article by Intel’s Clyde Hedrick in the latest issue of Connected Digest, the Intel newsletter that tackles the issues IT executives are talking about.
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