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Empowering Information Security with Desktop Virtualization

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Desktop virtualization: Benefits of building on HCIA

Organizations are increasingly adopting desktop virtualization solutions to improve security, mobility, compliance, productivity, and business agility. However, they are challenged with deploying and scaling these solutions. One way to overcome this is to build the desktop virtualization solution using a hyper-converged infrastructure appliance (HCIA).

This expert white paper explores the benefits of using HCIAs for desktop virtualization. Find out what to look for in an HCIA and learn about deploying the right HCIA for Citrix environments.

Download now to discover end-to-end solutions from Dell that ease deployment challenges and make desktop virtualization more scalable and predictable.

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