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How HCI is improving VDI deployments,

While VDI has transformed the way people access data and apps, it has been notorious for challenges around user experience, costs, and scalability.

One of the reasons so many organizations struggle with these challenges is largely due to traditional and outdated infrastructure architectures that are unfit for VDI deployments.

Inside this white paper learn how a policy-based priority-aware hyperconverged infrastructure platform can help you achieve VDI success.

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