• Why nonpersistent VDI hasn’t taken off

    Nonpersistent VDI sounds great in theory, but beneath the surface lay management and application compatibility nightmares. For these reasons, many shops look to persistent VDI, but new tools could make shared images easier to implement and manage.

    Brian Madden670 pointsBadges:
  • On-server GPU additions help with big data, VDI

    GPUs offload the burden of demanding computational tasks from central processors. Integrate GPU into enterprise servers to manage intense computing.

    editor13,445 pointsBadges:
  • Do you consider flash a requirement for large VDI projects?

    Dave Raffo4,440 pointsBadges:
  • USF Health does the math, picks Pure Storage FlashArray for VDI

    The health systems network headed off its virtual desktop infrastructure performance issues by implementing a Pure Storage all-flash array early on.

    Dave Raffo4,440 pointsBadges:
  • Zero client buying guide

    There are lots of client options to choose from for VDI. Get the details on four of the most popular zero clients and how they can meet your needs in this buying guide.

    ITKE346,285 pointsBadges:
  • Hospital deploys Pure Storage all-flash storage for EHR, VDI

    Riverview Hospital installed a Pure Storage FlashArray to lower latencies and improve performance for its most important EHR and VDI environments.

    Todderickson900 pointsBadges:
  • Is VDI part of your enterprise mobile security strategy? What other technologies does your enterprise leverage?

    searchsecurity21,055 pointsBadges:
  • VDI and BYOD: Enterprise mobile security solution or security faux pas?

    Employees want to use their own mobile devices at work. Enterprises need to ensure the safety of their corporate data. Can VDI solve BYOD security issues? Expert Michael Cobb discusses why VDI may not hold all the answers.

    searchsecurity21,055 pointsBadges:
  • Desktop market matures but VDI challenges remain

    Tools enable companies to reduce support costs, boost security and lower energy consumption, but more is needed to overcome VDI challenges.

    PKorzen420 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix Intellicache could fix virtual server I/O problems

    A new local caching feature for virtual desktops may also address server I/O challenges. But it will take more development before it's ready for prime time in server virtualization environments.

    Beth Pariseau7,240 pointsBadges:

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