sponsored by Atlantis Computing
Posted:  27 Apr 2011
Published:  30 Nov 2010
Format:  PDF
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

IT pros are looking to virtual desktop infrastructures (VDI) to help revolutionize their enterprise desktops by lowering the total cost of desktop computing and increasing security and compliance. But many IT pros are realizing that in order to accommodate their VDI infrastructure, they may have to degrade their desktop performance or invest in additional computing, networking, and storage infrastructures. This white paper highlights VDI solutions that allow you to achieve an optimal balance between cost, performance and scalability when deploying VDI in combination with Windows 7 and anti-virus. Learn how these solutions and reference architectures can help you eliminate VDI memory and storage bottlenecks, while enabling you to deploy VDI with better performance and at a lower cost than a physical PC.

Desktop Management | Desktop Virtualization | Virtual Desktop Infrastructure | Virtualization Security | Windows 7

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