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Best Practices to Avoid Digital Workspace Performance Problems
VDI and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) virtual deployments continue to gain popularity among enterprises – more and more desktops are migrating to the cloud. As end-users increase their expectations for a great desktop experience, IT departments must rise to the challenge of delivering outstanding service and experiences while reducing the complexity and costs.
VDI and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) virtual deployments continue to gain popularity among enterprises – more and more desktops are migrating to the cloud. As end-users increase their expectations for a great desktop experience, IT departments must rise to the challenge of delivering outstanding service and experiences while reducing the complexity and costs.
Read this white paper and learn how:
•    End-user expectations for a great desktop experience are increasing
•    IT departments must deliver outstanding services
•    Reduce the complexity and costs associated with infrastructure

2022 Data Protection Trends
Definitive Guide to Veeam

Data has become the most critical resource and the most valuable currency in today’s economy. Protecting your data is the first step in effectively managing and maximizing its potential. Well‑managed and protected data can provide your company with the foundation it needs to drive faster innovation amidst ongoing Digital Transformation initiatives.

•    Comprehensive Data Protection
•    Ransomware Protection and Data Security
•    Hybrid Cloud Acceleration
•    Backup and Recovery Modernization
•    And more!

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Ten Topics to Discuss with your Cloud Provider
Find the “just right” cloud for your business. For this white paper, we will focus on existing applications (vs. new application services) that require high levels of performance and security, but that also enable customers to meet specific cost expectations.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of cloud services available to organizations. In many cases, the capabilities of the service, adjusted for cost, matter more to decision makers than the infrastructure itself. As an example, the underlying infrastructure that supports common business software such as Salesforce, Microsoft Office 365, is rarely scrutinized, as the products are trusted solely on the brand’s reputation.

Choosing the right cloud service for your organization, or for your target customer if you are a managed service provider, can be time consuming and effort intensive. For this paper, we will focus on existing applications (vs. new application services) that require high levels of performance and security, but that also enable customers to meet specific cost expectations. Topics covered include:
•    Global access and availability
•    Cloud management
•    Application performance
•    Security and compliance