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VDI Meets Reality and the Implications for Desktop Management

Early VDI adopters have significant obstacles to achieving the expected cost savings and management benefits. These limitations stem from the same conflict that has plagued most new standardization technologies since the deployment of personal computers and now must be solved in order for VDI to be corporately viable. In a real world environment this means coming to grips with resolving the apparent contradiction between standardization for the benefit of IT and rich personalization of the environment for the benefit of those who use the technology to perform their individual functions. Eliminating that contradiction will make both IT and end users efficient with the net result of making businesses more effective. Moreover, solving this issue in the VDI environment will have far reaching implications for overall desktop management that has greater volume and therefore greater ROI potential.
Recorded Nov 25 2009 37 mins
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  • Virtual Desktop Personalization Made Easy Recorded: Dec 1 2009 46 mins
    Amy Hodler
    User resistance is often cited as the #1 challenge with VDI. Providing a familiar, consistent experience is obviously important but it can be difficult for centralized virtual desktops. We’ll discuss how you can use straightforward and costs effective solutions to migrate your users’ desktop ‘personalities’ to virtual desktops and easily manage them once there. Dynamically layering personality on top of non-persistent virtual machines doesn’t have to be difficult to setup or maintain. Find out how personalization for virtual desktops can be made easy.
  • VDI Meets Reality and the Implications for Desktop Management Recorded: Nov 25 2009 37 mins
    Amy Hodler, Director of Product Management, TRANXITION
    Early VDI adopters have significant obstacles to achieving the expected cost savings and management benefits. These limitations stem from the same conflict that has plagued most new standardization technologies since the deployment of personal computers and now must be solved in order for VDI to be corporately viable. In a real world environment this means coming to grips with resolving the apparent contradiction between standardization for the benefit of IT and rich personalization of the environment for the benefit of those who use the technology to perform their individual functions. Eliminating that contradiction will make both IT and end users efficient with the net result of making businesses more effective. Moreover, solving this issue in the VDI environment will have far reaching implications for overall desktop management that has greater volume and therefore greater ROI potential.
Desktop Personality Management for the Enterprise
Approaches, best practices and tools for managing desktop personality (aka customizations and data) without roaming profiles. Topics range from one time migrations needs for new environments, disaster recovery plans for the user environment and ongoing management with user virtualization.

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