Businesses are looking to enable flexible work styles for their users with the ability to work anytime, anywhere, from any device while increasing IT efficiency through cloud services. Client virtualization is a hot topic because it addresses these two pain points. This paper focuses on HP's recommended approach to virtual desktops in client virtualization with Citrix XenDesktop 5.6, Citrix Provisioning Server 6.0, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, and VMM 2012 using HP's blades and storage to create a reference architecture.
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