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The concept of running corporate desktops in virtual machines hosted on servers is a compelling proposition. In contrast to traditional desktop management strategies, these virtual desktops are more easily maintained, upgraded and updated, and the user can access them from a variety of devices and in various locations without sensitive data ever leaving the confines of the data center. This form of server-hosted desktops is known as Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). But implementing VDI has historically been a complex undertaking usually reserved for large enterprises due to demanding requirements for high end server and storage hardware. And while solutions have served the Enterprise market segment well, small and medium sized businesses have struggled to find a lower cost alternative.
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