Moving from virtualizing your servers to desktops is a major shift for the average IT person. In the end, one of the biggest challenges with desktop virtualization is figuring out how to effectively bring a full desktop experience to the end users in a cost-effective manner.
When making the case for desktop virtualization, it is important to highlight the fact that for many, the hard work was done while virtualizing the server environment. Virtualizing the desktop environment can be as straightforward as purchasing a simple zero-client solution that comes with everything out of the box: hardware, software and licenses.
Five key areas that are critical for successful data center modernization efforts include speed, quality of service (QoS), disaster recovery, predictive data analytics and manageability at scale. ... More >>