Pros and Cons of VDI for SMBs
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Desktop virtualization is an initiative that hugely impacts the storage operations of your company. Each operating system, application and piece of data that resides on desktop and laptop PCs is displaced and must find a new place to reside within the storage environment.

Your storage requirements change drastically in your new VDI environment - and you might have a bumpy road ahead of you. The benefits of VDI deployment are great, but to fully realize them and to maintain cost-efficiency, you must be familiar with the downfalls of VDI, as well.

This expert E-Guide, presented by, breaks down the pros and cons of VDI and offers best practices for ensuring cost-efficient VDI initiatives, particularly for SMBs.

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