Organizations of all sizes have discovered that desktop virtualization can provide employees with increased flexibility and mobility while still safeguarding corporate data. However, streaming the OS, applications, and workloads from a datacenter to enable secure, nearly ubiquitous access is only part of the equation. Many IT professionals who have embraced the technology realize their implementation may be overlooking an important element of the most effective VDI architectures, leaving a number of security and productivity enhancements unrealized. Specifically, desktop virtualization solutions are nearly always improved by deploying thin and zero clients that are more secure and cost less to operate than traditional, legacy endpoints.
Read on to discover more on choosing the right client for your virtual desktop solution.
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