Do You VDI? You should…
July 17, 2013 1 Comment
Over the past few months I have been doing more and more work in VDI – Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Recently I wrote an editorial piece for WServerNews.com titled VD Why? VD Sigh… or VD Aye!
VDI has the potential to save organizations immense amounts of money, but some of those savings would be wasted if the environment is not planned and architected with all efficiencies taken into consideration.
For several years now I have been discussing the secure, well-managed IT infrastructure and the savings realized by doing VDI right are serious. We have to start by knowing an understanding the components available to us.
Today I will be presenting a webinar for the BrightTALK Virtualization Summit. I am calling it Actual Reality: Desktop Virtualization Solutions from Microsoft. I will discuss all of the components available to build a homogeneous Microsoft VDI environment.
While Microsoft’s OS and productivity applications have been components of the VDI landscape for years, but until recently any environment larger than a few score desktops required a third party provider (usually Citrix) to provide and manage the infrastructure.
While Microsoft is a relatively newcomer to the game, they have the background and products to do it right. I will be discussing these components during the webinar.
Got 45 minutes? I hope you will join us! Register at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/286/80725 now to ensure your place. I will be taking questions of course, but I am hoping to continue the conversation in this space over the next few months. Let’s discuss it and get you on board!
Register now at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/286/80725