Enabling Device-Independent Mobility with Dynamic Virtual Clients
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To enable device-independent mobility (DIM) at Intel, Intel IT is considering implementing dynamic virtual client (DVC) technology, which uses containerized software appliances to abstract the OS; applications; corporate and personal data and workspaces; and user-specific settings. In this model, users can access their applications and information from any device, anywhere, anytime.

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