Desktop virtualization, also known as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), as a technology born out of the hypervisor revolution of the past 10–15 years, has moved from cutting edge to mainstream, and today is regarded as a highly mature solution for delivering secure, reliable, centrally managed desktops with many advantages over traditional PCs and laptops.
The features and benefits of VDI are well-known in the industry and include:
More reliable end-point devices
Consistent user experience
Ease of access to user desktop from any device or location
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