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4 reasons to go beyond VMware View with Citrix XenDesktop

Many organizations already using VMware vSphere for server virtualization may turn to VMware View as part of a single-vendor strategy to support their VDI initiative. However, this one-size-fits-all approach to VDI may leave key enterprise needs unaddressed, such as optimized access to apps from any device, self-service for mobile workers and secure desktop delivery to laptops.

This whitepaper examines four reasons to move past the limitations of VMware View. Inside, you’ll discover exactly what you may be missing out on with this single-vendor strategy and learn why a user-centric approach that goes beyond VDI can help you meet both end-user and IT needs.

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    This whitepaper takes the facts from these findings and compares VMware’s View with XenDesktop based on six major comparison points. Read on to learn how these solutions stack up to one another when it comes to:

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