Why WFH workforces now rely on HCI
HCI and VDI have historically gotten along well together. In fact, one of the first and still popular use cases for hyper-converged technology is as a work-from-home infrastructure platform for serving virtual desktops to remote users, the need for which is now greater than ever.
However, the adoption of HCI for edge computing workloads is also growing—and ROBOs are starting to take full advantage of this setup.
Read our expert guide on The Evolution of HCI Networking to dig further into these parallel trends and:
- Discover several factors to consider when using HCI for VDI
- Why WFH workforces now rely on HCI—and how your business can benefit
- How to tackle any HCI networking challenges that may crop up
- And more