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Why Do Virtual Desktop Integration Deployments Fail?

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Today virtualization is a hot topic for IT. Servers have already been very successfully virtualized and now IT pros are moving on to virtualizing desktops. In fact, a recent IDC study showed that 45 percent of CIOs polled indicated that virtualization of the desktop is their number one concern and interest in 2012.

Yet, despite the interest and many attempts at deployment, many VDI rollouts fail due to performance and user experience issues. Why? As organizations move from VDI test and pilot stages to production, they are realizing that the “traditional” approach of treating performance as an afterthought, and addressing it in a reactive fashion, does not scale. Too often, VDI project owners are surprised by performance issues during and after rollout when everything worked just fine during the (often over-provisioned and less complex) pilot.

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