Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Infographic
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), also referred to as “desktop virtualization”, is a computing model that inserts a level of virtualization between the server and the physical desktop. VDI allows System Administrators to provide end users with convenient access to their desktop images from virtually anywhere and with the same capabilities as if they were at their office, while concurrently increasing information security throughout the enterprise. Check out our custom infographic to learn the benefits and take a look into the future of VDI.
Virtual desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Infographic
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