How desktop-as-a-service makes complex IT architecture simple

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Nutanix Xi Frame

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As private and public clouds get less expensive, they’re expected to completely replace on-premises computing to make IT cheaper, easier to run, and more secure. But right now, most enterprises still have their feet in both worlds, using hybrid systems that are intended to make the lives of the CIO and the IT department easier. Unfortunately, the complexity often just adds additional cost and reduces business value. So how do you harness the power of a hybrid system, with any cloud provider? Desktop-as-a-service is a virtualized interface that makes the complexity of your software completely invisible to your users, and allows IT to spin up a desktop instance with one click. It’s a world where IT is no less complex but a lot easier to use -- and your users are far more productive. Learn more about how to address the complexity of your tech infrastructure and desktop-as-a-service when you join this VB Live event! Register for free now! In this webinar, you will discover: -The concept of desktop-as-a-service including how it works, what it is, and where to get it -How things have become complex, and how to measure complexity for your enterprise. -How to understand the business value of dealing with complexity -Steps toward mapping out a course of action Speakers: -Jon Eugenio, Principal Solutions Architect, Nutanix Xi Frame Team

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