The use of virtual desktops can help an organization significantly extend the life of PC hardware while improving overall performance and availability. However, users across the enterprise have varying needs that you will have to address, and supporting a growing number of expensive hardware solutions will most likely put a dent in your budget.
This whitepaper examines how the Oaks Christian School was able to support high-performance virtualization by transitioning their data centers to a virtualized server, improving accessibility and reliability while lowering power requirements. Read on to learn about the solution that allowed them to do so and the other benefits they were able to realize.
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