sponsored by AppSense
Posted:  16 May 2013
Published:  16 May 2013
Format:  PDF
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Though the deadline for Windows XP support is on the horizon, many organizations have yet to migrate to Windows 7 for fear of increased complexity. To simplify the transition, and address these complexity concerns, you need a virtualization strategy that manages user-specific information independent of the desktop. This informative white paper takes an in-depth look at how user virtualization can minimize the complexity of any desktop operating system migration by managing the individual user information.

Desktop Applications Management | Desktop Management | Desktop Virtualization | Operating Systems | Windows | Windows 7 | Windows XP

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