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    rhsheldon730 pointsBadges:
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  • Right and wrong ways to implement cloud-based desktops

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    SearchVirtualDesktop930 pointsBadges:
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  • When cloud-based desktops are a good idea

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  • Cloud-hosted desktops rule 2014

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  • Cloud desktops finally kick the small-fry VDI label

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  • Cloud desktops don’t get it done for everyone

    DaaS has appeal, but that doesn't mean it works for everyone. If you have bandwidth limitations or workers would suffer from poor performance, it might not be right for you.

    Brien Posey11,305 pointsBadges:

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