by Dell, Inc.
> View this now
Published on: November 25, 2009
Type of content: TECHNICAL ARTICLE
Length: 2 pages
The benefits of storage consolidation and centralized management are well known-- they include lower costs, better information protection, and improved IT efficiency. Server consolidation using virtualization software is aimed at generating these same results. A recent trend in many large IT organizations goes beyond server virtualization to desktop virtualization. There are two primary methods of desktop virtualization, each with strengths and weaknesses. A basic understanding of remote desktops and desktop virtualization will help you decide if an implementation of this type is right for your organization.
Read this brief paper for the latest information on remote desktop solutions.
> View Company Report
> View all content by this company
> Return to Search Results