How to Seamlessly Integrate Linux Desktops into Your VDI Environment
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Many organizations today are running Linux alongside other operating system. For instance, it’s common to find both Linux and Windows apps within the same enterprise desktop environment.

However, this can create a problem when it comes to virtual desktop infrastructure. If a VDI solution does not support both Widows and Linux – and many don’t on their own - organizations may be forced to purchase expensive third-party solutions.

This whitepaper details the challenges of running multiple operating systems in an enterprise desktop environment and discusses a solution that can address these issues by standardizing operating systems and application management while retaining user personalization. Read and learn why you should consider this VDI solution for your organization.

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