Virtual Clients, Real Benefits: Success Requires Solid IT Infrastructure

Full-powered desktop PCs and notebooks have been the engines that drive business users in the enterprises. This hardware takes advantage of processors that become more powerful with every refresh cycle, runs full portfolios of business applications and can house the storage and memory needed to keep most users working efficiently. This approach also has some notable tradeoffs such as being expensive to manage, maintain and secure. Client virtualization is a clear choice. For the right applications and users, client virtualization offers the best of both worlds, with the bonus of delivering on the do more- with-less goals that drive most organizations today.

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