Windows Server 2008 R2 Beta VDI Solution

VDI is attracting  our enterprise customers for certain user scenarios. Most common user scenario is the task worker  where they want to extend the the hardware lifecycle, improve desktop and application control and centralize the user data. Also contractors and external employees are strong candidates due the security and low-cost desktop provisioinig reasons. Below is a R2 beta version based Microsoft…

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Desktop Virtualization Strategy - Part III

Match Technologies to User Needs The following table provides guidance in deciding which desktop virtualization solution is most appropriate for each scenario.

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Desktop Virtualization Strategy - Part II

Define User Needs The second step in defining a desktop virtualization strategy is to identify user needs and scenarios that might benefit from a particular virtualization technology. To simplify this process, Microsoft has identified five Windows Optimized Desktop Scenarios. Each usage scenario has its unique User and IT requirements.

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Desktop Virtualization Strategy - Part I

There are many desktop virtualization options and possible combinations and therefore the development of a desktop virtualization strategy requires three distinct steps: Map the available technologies Define user needs Match technologies with user needs. Mapping the Technologies User state virtualization. The first and simplest virtualization strategy is to deploy user state virtualization, which separates the…

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