Businesses of all sizes are turning to virtualization as an effective way to automate their workflow, cut costs, consolidate space, reduce energy consumption and improve on business and IT practices, including business continuity, agility, security, compliance and disaster recovery.
As data centers are becoming even more highly virtualized, organizations are finding that Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) can provide a wide range of additional benefits, both for the IT department and for the business.
For IT, VDI can increase control and security, reduce complexity, ease management and improve business continuity.
For the business, VDI can improve agility, compliance management, flexibility, and responsiveness to customers, partners and employees. Over time, it can also lead to cost savings.