[Ep.3] New VDI Strategies: Ensuring Success in the Hybrid & Remote Working Era

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Greg Schulz - Founder, StorageIO | Tom Rose, VP of Technical Marketing at Nasuni | Diana Kelley, CTO at SecurityCurve

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With last year’s pandemic-driven shift to increased remote working and predictions of hybrid workforces on the horizon, global organizations need to be doing all they can to ensure their distributed workforces are connected, productive and having a great user experience. But they also need to ensure that this doesn’t come at a cost, and that IT teams have visibility and control of these remote, hybrid and distributed environments. One way to achieve this balance is through cloud-powered Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI). Some of the benefits businesses and IT leaders who enhanced their VDI strategy in the past year are seeing include simplified IT management, greater visibility and control, enhanced flexibility, increased cost savings - and a happier workforce. In episode 3 of Nasuni’s ‘The Power of Cloud Storage’ series we’re looking at how exactly cloud VDI achieves these benefits and what businesses need to know to implement a winning VDI strategy that gives them the same. Join us to learn: - How cloud-driven VDI can change dramatically change the end-user experience of remote and hybrid workers, and what the benefits of this are - The business benefits of having a cloud-based desktop-centric service - What kind of ROI IT leaders can expect from embracing VDI - Best practices for scaling your cloud-powered VDI strategy - And more

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