For decades, enterprise IT managers have delivered applications to employees through a desktop or a laptop, an operating system, a suite of productivity applications (i.e., Microsoft Office) and then through a browser. The IT pro was then cursed to spend his day managing and maintaining what can amount to thousands of endpoints. But this is all about to change. Technologies such as application and desktop virtualization, software services and cloud computing as well as a new generation of smart phones are all redefining application delivery. This e-book will look at some of the trends that may lead to new application delivery methods. You'll learn desktop virtualization best practices, and desktop virtualization strategies for your enterprise. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Thin-client computing
- The real VDI
- What doesn't VDI solve?
- Vendor methods
- Managing applications in a VDI
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