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Windows Server 2012 IT virtualisation fast facts

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IBM Simplifies IT Management with Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) on System x Servers

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure can help reduce the cost and complexities of managing end-user workspaces while driving productivity and security. This paper from TBR discusses the IBM® approach to VDI. Built on System x® servers, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, and coupled with leading virtualization software from Citrix, VMware and Microsoft®, IBM delivers flexible desktop virtualization capabilities that can be tailored to specific customer environments.

 

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  • Deploying Effective Virtual Desktop Environments in the Organization

    IT departments no longer have the luxury of simply managing a set of desktop PCs running the same version of Windows. Instead, they must manage and secure a wide range of devices and operating systems, including PCs and laptops running various versions of Windows® or Linux®, iOS® and Android™ tablets, and a variety of smartphones.

    This paper explores this management challenge and offers a solution: using desktop virtualization to balance IT control with user flexibility by moving control of the organization desktop back to the data center.

  • How to Leverage Desktop Virtualization in the Financial Industry

    Many organizations are already taking advantage of the benefits of server virtualization, but far fewer have implemented a virtualized desktop infrastructure (VDI).

    And while VDI can be an effective way to deliver applications and services to users, it is not the right solution for every application delivery scenario.

    This whitepaper details a few scenarios in which VDI is best suited to meet the special requirements and budgetary constraints of datacenters that support financial service companies.

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