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Empowering Information Security with Desktop Virtualization

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How VDI fits into your enterprise and top benefits that help sell this technology

Despite the boasting benefits of a virtual desktop infrastructure, some organizations are still wondering how this technology fits into their IT shop. This expert e-guide from, highlights the top virtual desktop benefits that can help put your mind to ease. Discover exactly how this technology can fit into your enterprise in terms of staffing concerns and user image management. Learn more here.

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