Ten Steps to Successful Virtual Desktop Deployments for SMBs - Slide 10

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Despite the benefits with VDI, users can experience high latency from the client to the server. Additionally, performance graphics applications don’t do well in a VDI environment. Lastly, with a thin- or zero-client implementation, remember there is no optical drive that comes in the unit. External components may be necessary for certain situations. Are any of these deal-breakers? Depends on your environment and users’ needs, but for most they are not.

 

Related Topics : Nortel, Citrix Systems, Storage Virtualization, Server Virtualization, Hardware Virtualization

 
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