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Client Virtualization : The What, Who, Why and Why Nots?

As organizations seek to improve management, control costs, and increase information security, it is becoming clear that they must address their end-user computing environment. With the combination of an increasingly mobile workforce, shrinking budget dollars, and growing compliance and security requirements, organizations are seeking more efficient methods of deploying and managing their desktop and mobile computing infrastructure. Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) technology allows you to deliver rich, personalized virtual desktops as a managed service from a virtualization platform built to deliver the entire desktop, not just applications. VMware View 4 allows you to consolidate virtual desktops on datacenter servers and manage operating systems, applications and data independently for greater business agility while providing a flexible high performance desktop experience for end users, over any network.

Attend this webcast to learn what are some of the top considerations IT pros need to understand before implementing a VDI solution for their organization.


Dan Kingslien Systems Engineer, Virtual Desktop Solutions, VMware David Payne Senor Payne at Payne, Inc. Someone once said “computers are stupid but fast, and humans are slow but smart”. Dave Payne agrees and has adopted the mission of helping humans accentuate the effectiveness of their intelligence with great technology. He is a proven technologist and entrepreneur as well as author and public speaker. His technical proficiency revolves around IT infrastructure & virtualization, how it works, how companies can get benefit from it, and how to market and sell it. He has developed this expertise through years of consulting with large enterprises across the USA. Dave also founded, grew over 7 years and sold Xcedex, one of the first virtualization services companies. At Xcedex, Dave led the effort to transition a successful consulting methodology into a commercial software solution. He also coauthored “Scripting VMware: Power Tools for Automating Virtual Infrastructure Administration", is regularly quoted in technology publications and sought out to speak at events and seminars. Look for more on Dave’s continued work and an upcoming book at
Dell and VMware
Dec 16, 2009, 13:00 EST (18:00 GMT)

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