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Published on: October 05, 2012
Type of content: ESSENTIAL GUIDE
Length: 8 pages
Virtualisation technology provides encapsulation that prevents workloads from accessing resources that are not assigned to it. This allows a virtualised system to support multiple independent workloads simultaneously.
Virtualisation is used to consolidate IT infrastructure, centralise system administration and management tasks, support workload scalability and agility, and optimise the use of computing resources.
In this eight-page buyer’s guide we look at desktop virtualisation and identify some of the options IT directors must consider when planning a virtualisation project.
- How to exploit thin-client computing
- Desktop virtualisation demands detailed request for proposals
- Virtual solution to consumerisation
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