What are you really trying to deliver when you choose VDI? Renewed interest in Virtualized Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) comes largely from the need to solve needs around mobility and BYOD. Even as traditional VDI vendors bring their own solutions to market, is it time to consider smarter alternatives? By focusing on where VDI excels, where it falls short, and where web and cloud services make more sense, we can take a smarter approach to these difficult decisions.
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Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) works best for smaller centrally located user bases that share a core set of application and file needs. As the world moves to the web and the cloud, is VDI still a good fit for emerging mobility and BYOD needs? Download this informative infographic to learn more.
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