The Masters: Virtualization Management

Oct 25, 2010

Learn more about desktop and server virtualization, their key benefits, how they differ from each other, and what buyers should look for when acquiring solutions for each of these kinds of virtualization.

While server virtualization is a key requirement for server consolidation and cloud computing, desktop virtualization refers more to the cost and maintenance advantages organizations can gain with desktop systems, and with that the enhanced security that comes with being able to more tightly manage the desktop environment. Download this whitepaper and discover what needs to be considered for virtualization acquisitions.