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E-Guide: How to Determine if VDI is Right for your Company and Ways to Overcome Common Annoyances

Even though the thought of virtual desktops has caught everyone's attention, the actual number of installations remains small. This expert e-guide from explains how organnzations can determine whether this technology is right for them by calculating the return on investment from VDI.

Inside, find out how to overcome the most common VDI annoyances surrounding administration, failover, latency, and user profile management. And learn about one client hypervisor that stands out from the rest with its management features.

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  • Why VMware Horizon Is Better Than Citrix XenDesktop

    Independent research and commentary from industry analysts, implementation partners, customers, and lab reviews have documented the benefits of VMware Horizon with View as opposed to Citrix’s XenDesktop solution in the areas of initial and ongoing expenses, TCO, and ease. So, which one comes out on top?

    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:

    • Providing VDI for the software-defined datacenter
    • IT visibility and control of the environment
    • Management for physical, virtual and BYOD
    • And more.

  • VDI Implementation: Allow Employees to Work on the Device of their Choice

    VDI is definitely a popular option for organizations looking to manage BYOD. However, not every VDI implementation truly enables end-users to use any device they want – for instance, if a Windows app proves too difficult to use with a touch screen. This type of end-user frustration can derail any VDI project.

    Read this whitepaper to learn about a secure-by-design solution that is made to meet the needs of the modern enterprise and empowers workers to access virtualized desktops and Windows apps in the datacenter from anywhere with an optimized experience on any device.

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