Connecting Virtual Desktop and Disaster Recovery
sponsored by Forsythe

Connecting virtual desktop technology with the disaster recovery process has probably not been a major focus for organizations; however, integrating a disaster recovery plan for the virtual desktop is moving up organizational priority lists for a multitude of reasons.

If users cannot use the desktop to access the applications and data, what is the purpose of recovery? That's money and opportunity lost. While IT needs to recover the data, they also need to have a solid plan in place to give access to users. A solid disaster recovery plan can help resolve the concerns surrounding network access and other issues, but virtual desktop technologies and processes are proving to be valuable in the recovery arena.

You'll also learn how the Forsythe Technology Evaluation Center (TEC) can:

  • Analyze your environment, processes, business requirements and technology requirements
  • Perform a thorough proof-of-concept that views your environment from every computing angle
  • Compare your operational processes and account for sizing, performance and security
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