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VMware End User Computing: Why Choose VMware vSphere for VDI

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Today, Virtualization Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a key initiative for many organizations looking to reduce their administrative overhead while providing a more secure, flexible and reliable desktop computing environment for end users. A lot of planning and decision-making is required to ensure a successful deployment. Choosing the right virtualization platform to host the virtual desktop implementation is often the first challenge faced and, to a certain degree, may make or break the entire transformation. Important considerations when choosing the best VDI platform are:

  • Does the platform provide the features, reliability and high availability that meet the business requirements?
  • Is the platform reliable and proven?

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, VMware End User Computing: Why Choose VMware vSphere for VDI- www.insidetheregistry.com – Resources For The Technical Community Including Microsoft, Citrix and VMWare

   

 

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