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Planned Research for Desktop Virtualization, 2013

Published: 04 April 2013

ID: G00249522

Analyst(s): Federica Troni, Mark Margevicius , Nathan Hill , Terrence Cosgrove

Summary

2013 will be a critical year of transition in client computing. Desktop virtualization technologies help to cope with the explosion in device choices and work styles, but IT leaders responsible for client computing strategy and transformation must also focus on people and process.

Table Of Contents

Analysis

  • Key Issues
    • What Are the Compelling DV Use Cases?
    • How Is DV Driving Infrastructure Evolution in the Data Center?
    • How Do You Effectively Implement DV in the Enterprise?
  • DV Evolution
  • Related Priorities

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