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    Shops that only need to support a few virtual desktops, have transient desktop needs or lack the in-house expertise to do VDI are all good potential DaaS customers.

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  • Which tools aid your company most in VDI deployments?

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    When a New England law firm needed to enhance its VMware VDI environment, it turned to Unidesk to manage more than 100 application layers for approximately 200 employees.

    JakeODonnell870 pointsBadges:
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  • Citrix’s Sanbolic buy to power new WorkspacePod

    Citrix's new purchase will help power its WorkspacePod converged infrastructure offering, aimed at improving VDI for customers.

    JakeODonnell870 pointsBadges:
  • Madden: Non-persistent VDI is getting easier

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