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Predicting your Storage Needs for a Successful VDI Project

Storage plays a major role in any VDI project – commonly referred to as the ‘make-or-break’ factor.

As a result, to avoid common VDI storage pitfalls, it is crucial to consider capacity, performance and storage tiering, and determine the right mix of hard disk drives and solid-state storage to utilize to ensure deployment success.

Fortunately, our experts at compiled this exclusive report, Storage Plays a Key Role in VDI Success, which offers advice and analysis on configuring and managing storage in virtual desktop environments, and explores how to leverage monitoring, testing and new technologies to proactively address any VDI storage hurdles you might encounter.

Simply participate in our brief Desktop Virtualization Research Program to claim your free copy of this valuable report.

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