Selecting the Right Desktop Virtualization Technology for Federal Government Applications
sponsored by GTRI + NetApp

It’s no secret that the federal government is facing a series of major challenges in the years ahead, especially budget cuts. For the foreseeable future, federal agencies are going to have to get more done with fewer resources.

Recently, all agencies have been required to propose budget cuts to reduce IT spending by 10%. But vulnerabilities in federal systems threaten the confidentiality, integrity and availability of critical information supporting federal government operations. 

Many federal agencies are addressing these challenges by moving to a virtual desktop infrastructure model that consolidates desktop operating systems, applications and user data on virtual machines that reside on a relatively small number of servers in the data center. Check out this short white paper to explore:

  • The state of desktop virtualization in the federal arena
  • Key business drivers pushing federal VDI adoption
  • Why storage matters in VDI deployments
  • Addressing key concerns with virtual desktops
  • And more
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