For a few years now, virtualization has started to gain dominance as an IT innovation across most industries, allowing organizations to consolidate server resources, increase deployment responsiveness, and reduce overall IT costs. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), which hosts virtual desktops in a data center, is one approach that has sparked a lot of myths.
Some organizations are in the process of familiarizing themselves with VDI, and understand the pros and cons of Desktop Virtualization. This infographic depicts three of the most common myths involving cost, performance, and availability.
Simply put, the value of desktop virtualization rests in the simple fact that it makes end-user computing environments more secure, reliable, and easier to support; and when implemented strategically, desktop virtualization can deliver multiple business benefits. Schedule a consultation with our IT experts to learn more about virtualization and how it’s a good fit for your business.