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December 29, 2009
Now is the time for virtual desktops.  There are a lot of people in the industry saying that you should wait. We ask why?  There are serious savings in support and energy costs to be garnered along with significant other factors that will increase agility and lower TCO.  Don't wait.  If you follow the advice and steps outlined below, and build a solid business case, you will be successful.
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December 29, 2009
Is your organization looking to break-away from the old ways of deploying desktops?  If so, how do you validate that a new approach is better, more efficient and overcomes past challenges? The answer: a Proof-of-Concept.  This is the way to prove out the technology, gather intelligence about your user base, application usage, and network.  It will require you to define requirements for success, those specific requirements will, of course, be different...
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December 27, 2009
For many years corporate America has been looking for ways to reduce the cost of ownership associated with Microsoft Windows®-based computing. The popularity of Windows-based Thin Clients coupled with deployment of Terminal Server and Citrix has been growing at a rapid rate. Over the years a new trend has been developing; enterprises are now trying to reduce costs further by moving to “intelligent” Thin Clients.
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December 27, 2009
The PC desktop has inherent drawbacks in the areas of manageability, security, and resources that the virtual desktop impressively addresses. Desktop virtualization is quickly gaining traction. It's no wonder given the high cost of maintaining PCs and the popularity of client-server technology. Costs can vary, but one study by a leading industry research group states that the total cost of ownership for a desktop PC is about $5,400 per PC, per...
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