Ten Steps to Successful Virtual Desktop Deployments for SMBs - Slide 4

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When assessing your hardware situation, take into account the PC refresh cycle. You should also keep in mind what your current hardware is already costing you. Hardware warranty costs (and failures if not under warranty) are a huge drain on IT budgets, and there really is no avoiding or preventing workstations from breaking down.

However, with a zero-client VDI solution, IT admins can avoid that headache all together because these devices are solid state, have no moving parts — they don’t contain hard drives or memory to crash, no fans to fail and no motherboards to short circuit.


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

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