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Webinar: Server-Hosted Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) - The Future of Desktop Computing

Desktop computing makes up an increasingly large part of enterprise computing infrastructure today. As distributed end points, desktops are difficult to secure, manage and maintain. Refresh cycles, compliance, ongoing maintenance and user support are huge undertakings. These challenges put IT resources under tremendous pressure and significantly increase total cost of ownership.

Desktop virtualization is not new, but to date, it has failed to gain widespread adoption. Server-Hosted Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) hosts individual Windows desktop PCs inside virtual machines running on servers in the data center. This thin-client architecture is significantly easier to secure, maintain and support and it enables an organization’s complete Windows desktop environment to be securely accessed and serviced centrally. This webcast will look at how this approach brings all the benefits of server virtualization to the desktop and changes the economics of desktop computing.

Thursday, May 10, 2007 11:00 am
Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -04:00, New York)

John Humphreys, Director, Enterprise Virtualization, IDC; Paul Ghostine, Founder and CEO, Provision Networks; Mike Grandinetti, Chief Marketing Officer, Virtual Iron Software

A 1 hour presentation featuring IDC, Provision Networks and Virtual Iron.

Enroll here.

Published Wednesday, May 02, 2007 10:16 PM by David Marshall
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