Pano System for Cloud or Pano System for VDI

Mike Fodor VP of Customer Success
As you are all well aware not all desktops are the same, especially when you consider VDI desktops compared to cloud-based desktops.
To help customers better understand which desktop is best for their end users, Pano Logic's Mike fodor will explore and evaluate different desktop scenarios. Attendees will gain an understanding on when to use Pano System for VDI and when to use Pano System for Cloud.
Jul 26 2012
49 mins
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