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In todays enterprise workspace, many client architectures exist for delivering applications, data, and services to users in a reliable, secure fashion. IT managers and implementers can choose from such options as operating system streaming, application streaming, virtualization, Terminal Server - based computing, operating system isolation, Web-based services, and many, many others. Each technology has its strengths and its challenges; and each can provide performance and cost benefits in certain situations. This paper focuses on one of the prevalent alternative architectures: desktop virtualization. Desktop virtualization applies the power of virtualization technology; inserting a virtual layer to eliminate direct involvement with the physical infrastructure, thus simplifying the interaction between users, applications, and hardware.
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