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We all know that desktop virtualization is a great way to extend corporate desktops out of the office and into the world for users no matter where they are. But doing this introduces a lot of challenges. Join industry experts Gabe Knuth & Brian Madden along with Charlie Cano, Sr Solution Architect...
I read an article on BrianMadden.com recently and it talked about how Microsoft is working with Quest Software on virtualization. Can you give any details as to what Microsoft and Quest are working on? This question is from the 5/14 Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com