VDI adoptions are on the rise with many businesses taking up the opportunity. A good number of businesses are deploying the virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). For one to get a good idea of VDI adoption, or how it will be implemented, we decided to launch this query to desktop virtualization specialists.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the current buzzword in the business world today regardless of the firm’s size. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is now highly possible due to technological advancements as well as the consumerization of desktop and cloud.
As we enter the new year of 2013, we are actually facing a much innovative world around us and to make it more interesting and cool we are bringing innovations to it day after day. We were currently at 2012 facing problems due to the inefficiency of the storage of the present storage solutions. It is lacking flexibility and scalability; it needs to cope up with the requirements of a business.Yes 2013 is a beginning of an efficiency era, due to a certain innovations in technology.
VDI in a Box
Before going into detail about Boot Storms and IOPS, it is important to let readers know what VDI in a Box is if you don’t already know. VDI in a Box, from Citrix originally started life as Kaseya’s VDI in a Box.
Desktop virtualization is a relatively new concept utilises the untapped power within data centres to deliver and host desktop instances on. This type of solution allows organisations to significantly lower thei-r IT maintenance costs and streamline their desktop delivery processes.
Microsoft App-V 5.0
Microsoft’s Application Virtualisation (App-V) is one of Microsoft key application deployment solutions for the future which allows organizations to deployment packaged software to user endpoints without actually installing the software on the device itself.