Memory and Storage Best Practices for Desktop Virtualization: Balancing User Experience, Cost and Flexibility

Provided by Kingston Technology

Category Virtualization

Type White Paper

Length 12

Publish Date February 21 2014

Date posted June 03 2015


The current approach to managing desktop computing workloads has remained relatively unchanged since the introduction of the personal computer some thirty years ago. With the right VDI architecture, you can ensure you are balancing the user experience, manageability, flexibility and ultimately ROI and TCO attributes. This white paper from Kingston provides best practices for Memory and Storage within Desktop Virtualization infrastructure.

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