Winning Over CIOs to Desktop Virtualization

Davis, Jessica
February 2010
Channel Insider;2/23/2010, p1
The article discusses the potential of the application of desktop virtualization despite concerns about its costs, network bandwidth impact, and security. Phil Grove, chief architect of collaborative solutions, states that chief information officers (CIOs) remain interested in the technology despite its possible risk and security threats. Some CIOs are operating proof-of-concept deployments of a small number of users to measure the benefits and downsides of desktop virtualization.


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