Companies who have already implemented the virtualization of their servers have quickly discovered that this form of consolidating their infrastructure can greatly reduce cost and complexity. They've seen the ROI and are eager to achieve more. The speculation begins: how can we squeeze the IT budget further without strangling the IT department? What's the next step?
One solution—the logical progression from virtualizing servers—is Desktop Virtualization. It's another form of consolidation that continues what was already begun. With Virtualized Desktops, more devices can be phased out, leaving less hardware that the IT department has to actively manage and, in many cases, less that might require costly outsourced repairs.
Taking your business to the next level of virtualization can bring you a competitive edge in the market. With the freedom to shed excess hardware and reposition valuable resources, you can ensure your company will continue to grow and prosper. The next step is there—it's [...]
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