Why Desktop Virtualization is more than VDI, and why you shouldn't forget about the traditional PC
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Too many people erroneously use the terms "VDI" and "Desktop Virtualization" interchangeably. The reality is that they're not the same. While VDI is catchy and trendy, in actuality VDI is probably only useful for about 5% of all the world's users right now. Does that mean that the "other 95%" of users don't get the great advantages that are promised with VDI, like better backups, more security, flexibility, lower management costs? Of course not! All of this stuff can be done without VDI at all, using technologies like local image management, client-based virtual machines, and good old-fashioned "traditional" desktop management. In this virtual classroom, independent industry experts Brian Madden and Gabe Knuth will teach you how you can easily manage your traditional desktops and laptops in a low-risk way to get many of the same benefits of VDI. They'll also share stories of real customers who successfully replaced their stalled VDI pilots with successful desktop management projects.

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