By Jeff McNaught, Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Director of Marketing, Dell Cloud Client Computing
You've adopted server and storage virtualization, but didn't think of virtualizing your desktops. Here's why you should.
In recent years, IT managers have embraced server and storage virtualization, but hesitate with desktop virtualization. Concerns include up-front investment, implementation and perceptions of performance and security risks. However, IT managers who adopt desktop virtualization realize long-term benefits including stronger security protection, reduced maintenance costs, and increased flexibility and productivity.