sponsored by Nimble Storage
Posted:  27 Nov 2012
Published:  27 Nov 2012
Format:  HTML
Length:  18  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Given the success of server virtualization, many IT professionals expected desktop virtualization to take off just as quickly. But server virtualization has proven to be a tough act for its desktop counterpart to follow. In fact, VDI adoption rates remain at 0%, despite the trendiness, maturity and capabilities of this technology.

In this expert webcast transcript, desktop virtualization expert and blogger Brian Madden explains how VDI fits into the broader desktop virtualization landscape and examines the reasons why this IT model has fallen short of expectations. Read on to find out why desktop virtualization is much more difficult to deploy than server virtualization and discover what's in store for the enterprise desktop.






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