Desktop virtualization - The right solution for efficiency, security, and unparalleled flexibility
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Microsoft

Simply put, the cost and time associated with managing desktops is rising at a time when budgets are being tightened and IT staffing is strained. This is driving interest in the use of desktop virtualization, where virtual desktop machines run on servers within the data center. With desktop virtualization, users access the machines from a PC using a remote display protocol. IT staff can then manage, update, and patch the systems, as well as back up user data, centrally within the data center.

Access this white paper to learn more about the benefits of desktop virtualization.

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