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Virtualization for your Enterprise
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) has emerged as a powerful solution in the wake of recent advances in server virtualization. VDI promises lower total cost of ownership and increased flexibility engaging benefits in todays competitive economy.
VDI allows IT administrators to more efficiently deploy data center and desktop resources, while providing a high quality user experience, pervasive security and policy management to each virtual desktop, whether the user is accessing resources from a campus or remote location. Companies can drive increased productivity, enhance management flexibility and heighten data center efficiency with VDI deployments that align core business objectives with end-user technology requirements.
While there are many advantages, the actual deployment of VDI is fraught with possible pitfalls that can actually raise both CAPEX and OPEX, if not handled correctly. This paper explores the basics of a VDI deployment, including a general overview of the components, the benefits and how you can determine if this technology is right for your business and how Dell can help you get started with this exciting new solution.