Optimizing VDI data management with unified virtualized storage
sponsored by Dell, Inc.

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is an effective way to provide seamless access to the data, applications, and services people need to get their jobs done, from any location across multiple client devices. However, managing different categories of virtual desktop data and their storage requirements introduces complexities to a VDI implementation. Fortunately IT can reduce these complexities by separating virtual machine data from user data. 

This white paper explains how VDI can help simplify user data management. Read on to learn more about:

  • Understanding the complexities of virtual desktop data
  • Cost effective storage for enhancing VDI environments
  • Storing different types of data
  • Taking a unified storage approach to VM and user data
  • And more! 
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