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The truth about cloud-hosted virtual desktops sometimes gets lost in all the hype: DaaS isn't without downsides, and per-user licensing doesn't make it easier for SMBs to jump in.
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Hiring at solution providers is getting more complicated; relying on talent development of young and inexperienced techs may be the best option.
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