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Virtual desktop demand can vary greatly, depending on how many users are accessing applications and data virtually at once. And while many organizations are deploying initial VDI projects on a separate infrastructure stack, there are significant performance and management benefits to be gained by running VDI on a larger, private cloud because of its variable nature.

This quick video explains why organizations should strongly consider running production VDI implementations on a converged infrastructure foundation and explores one option that can support a scalable, enterprise class VDI deployment. Read on to learn more.

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