by Dell, Inc.
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Published on: April 27, 2011
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.
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