Top 5 considerations for building a successful VDI strategy reference guide

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Overview

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) allows users to work anywhere, anytime and on anything with an internet connection, without compromising workstation performance or security. With many great platform options and service models available, there are solid benefits for IT workers too, including centralised device maintenance, simplified scaling as needed and individual ...

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) allows users to work anywhere, anytime and on anything with an internet connection, without compromising workstation performance or security. With many great platform options and service models available, there are solid benefits for IT workers too, including centralised device maintenance, simplified scaling as needed and individual security control. Deploying a VDI solution is a transformative journey, bringing together multiple IT assets and organisations across the Enterprise – desktops, applications, servers, storage and networking all have to come together to create a successful VDI implementation. This interactive guide will help you understand the top five key considerations to be aware of before you begin your VDI journey.

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) allows users to work anywhere, anytime and on anything with an internet connection, without compromising workstation performance or security. There are solid benefits for IT workers.