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White Paper: Understanding Desktop Virtualization
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Driven by ever-increasing pressure on a multitude of issues—including cost control, manageability, security, regulatory compliance, and business continuity—some IT managers are considering desktop virtualization models as an alternative to traditional distributed software deployment.
Thanks to recent advances in technology, IT has a range of centrally managed models from which to choose. From terminal services to VHD, blade PCs through application and OS streaming, each model has its advantages and trade-offs. Rarely is a single model adequate to meet the needs of all users and all applications. Instead, the needs of each group of users, as well as IT requirements and existing infrastructure, must be carefully considered. In most cases, an enterprise solution will likely involve a combination of models.
Although thin terminals may be suitable hardware for certain purely server-based models, intelligent PC platforms based on technology, such as the Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family for desktops and laptops, offer highly manageable and secure platforms on which to deploy a wide range of solutions.
This white paper describes the variety of desktop virtualization models available, how each works, and the advantages and limitations of each model for key vectors such as security, manageability, and power consumption. Also identified are the major providers of software solutions and the end-point devices to deploy each model.
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