Does VDI have a role to play in your organization, especially enabling a remote workforce during the pandemic?

No plans for VDI -- obsolete technology30%

Plans are in the works -- still relevant41%

Already leveraging VDI, and will continue to do so26%

Working to sunset VDI3%


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CIO in Media, 2 - 10 employees
Especially for entertainment and media it is needed to provide a better experience than classic RDP. Dedicated optimised VDI is needed to provide a smooth experience and correct colours.
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Advisor | Investor | Former CIO in Services (non-Government), Self-employed

Makes total sense for your user case. Thanks for the insights

CIO in Manufacturing, 10,001+ employees
CIO in Finance (non-banking), 51 - 200 employees
We scaled our daily average VDI usage from about 10 sessions per day to about 100 per day over a 4 week stretch.  This enabled us to meet the equipment and remote work demands of our employees during the beginnings of the Pandemic.  This scaling required some additional hardware which we were able to acquire, install using remote hands, and scale up remotely to meet our needs.  Nutanix and VMWare horizon have perfomed well during this event.
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Advisor | Investor | Former CIO in Services (non-Government), Self-employed

Congrats on enabling the business as demand spiked for your VDI services

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Big Data21%

Remote Work17%

Microservices / Containerization11%

CI / CD5%



Digital Transformation16%

Cloud / Cloud Native1%

DevOps or DevSecOps6%

Other (comment)1%


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