Just in case you missed it, our very own Karri Alexion-Tiernan recently posted a great article that goes through the trends, the advantages and the opportunities of integrating Desktop Virtualization into your Windows 7 plans over on the Windows Team Blog. According to Karri, studies indicate that virtualization is the #1 technology priority in 2010. In addition, 42% plan to begin investing in or continue investing in desktop virtualization before year-end 2011 where infrastructure consolidation (45%) and application management (38%) are two of the main projects that will be enabled through desktop virtualization. Whether you’re well on your way down the virtualization path or just beginning, this is one read you won’t want to miss:
A couple weeks ago, Windows 7 turned one year old with over 240 million licenses sold. Following that anniversary, Rich Reynolds shared related information about customer successes and industry trends that are changing traditional client computing; causing vendors and customers to rethink how they do business, deliver services and gain the most from their infrastructure to enable better business agility. Today, I’d like to lay out Microsoft’s position on the Desktop Virtualization trend and guide you through how you can incorporate it into your Windows strategy for the future.
To continue reading Karri’s post click here.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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