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Five Common Myths of VDI
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, or VDI as it is commonly termed, promises substantial savings from improved IT productivity, slashed energy and cooling costs, improved hardware reliability, longer endpoint life spans, and much greater flexibility and responsiveness in provisioning and supporting desktop computing. VDI, unlike earlier server-based computing approaches like terminal services and application virtualization, delivers the full capabilities of a native Windows desktop and can therefore support user workflows ranging from dedicated kiosks to knowledge workers. However, there are many myths that make enterprises hesitant to consider VDI. This white paper dispels these myths and reveals realities that will help you to decide whether VDI is right for your enterprise.