IT Decision Checklist: Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Security

IT Decision Checklist: Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Security


Traditional approaches to endpoint security have been challenged to keep up with malware and data loss. VDI presents enterprises with dynamic opportunities to improve security. Enterprises are investigating technology that provides the opportunity to re-architect endpoint security and management.

Unlike other disruptive technologies, a leading driver of VDI is its promise to enhance security by protecting sensitive data in the data center and centrally controlling software configurations to lessen the risk of non-compliance. The focus on reducing business costs associated with malware and the loss of regulated data provides the incentive for the large number of ongoing VDI pilot projects.

Read this white paper to learn how to improve your desktop security and to receive guidance on evaluating VDI security products.

Trend Micro
02 Nov 2010
02 Nov 2010
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