Ten Steps to Successful Virtual Desktop Deployments for SMBs - Slide 8

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Unless an organization has spare physical desktops lying around pre-loaded, deploying a setup for a new user can take hours if not days. Deploying a new virtual desktop is just a matter of deploying a template with all apps pre-loaded.

The key to achieving maximum scalability from your VDI deployment comes from investing in your virtual infrastructure. With more processor, memory and disk overhead, the large deployment nightmare is over. Extra RAM, disk and processor power is a much more frugal investment than spare physical PCs.


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

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