When do you need a full VDI experience, and when is RDSH enough?
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Many people know that VDI and remote desktop session host (also known as terminal server) have similar underlying technologies and concepts. For over fifteen years, RDSH has been the default choice for remote desktop projects, but now that VDI is catching on, people are rethinking that decision. In today's world, what are the real reasons people choose to go with VDI versus just plan RDSH? What are the applications, use cases, and business environments that drive choosing one or the other? Join Brian Madden as he outlines these options and weighs in on this debate.

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