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Desktop Virtualization Appropriateness Assessment Tool

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Your current infrastructure may not be sufficient to provide a quality user experience in a desktop virtualization environment. Use this Excel-based tool to evaluate how ready your backbone is for DV.

Many organizations that deploy desktop virtualization realize after the fact that the current state of their infrastructure is not sufficient to produce a user experience on par with traditional desktop PCs. Based on your current environment, this tool will provide guidance around:
 
  • Overall Appropriateness
  • Key Motivators/Drivers to implementation
  • Enablers & Inhibitors to deployment
Develop a thorough understanding of how desktop virtualization fits into your current environment to maximize the benefits while keeping costs on par with traditional desktop PCs.
 
Included in this zip file are:
 
  • DV-Appropriateness-Assessment-Tool.xls
  • Intro Doc.pdf
  • Terms and Conditions.pdf
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