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Learn how Citrix solutions helped 5 companies realize the full value of desktop virtualization through a project-by-project approach based on key business priorities.
Explore ten reasons why virtual desktops should be the foundation of your layered approach to information security.
To reap the full benefit of a VDI deployment, organizations must assure the best possible end-user experience. The network plays a critical role in making that a reality when trying to extend VDI deployments to remote/branch sites.
If you're a user of graphics-intensive software such as 3D modeling, simulation and analysis, and visualization, you might be skeptical about moving to a virtualized computing environment.
Regain control and reduce risk without sacrificing business productivity and growth
Remote access is quickly becoming a regular part of work for more and more people. By making user experience a top priority, here is a solution that goes beyond simply enabling remote access to give people what they really need and want.
Examine the business trends driving companies to adopt virtual desktops and the top use cases IT departments are deploying today.
For anyone who has thought about VDI, this might be the perfect time to take it from idea to implementation. Of course to do it well, you'll need to understand the security implications, mobility requirements, and promise of portability.
Cisco's Bob Fosina and PC Connection's Tony D'Ancona discuss the challenges of desktop virtualization and how Cisco and Intel® are integrating technologies to help organizations overcome those challenges.
Desktop virtualization packs a value wallop including simpler management, vastly improved security, and a snappier user experience. Click here to read what Gordon Payne, SVP at Citrix, has to say.