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Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) allows IT administrators to personalize their users’ applications and deliver them flexibly. With VDI, users can access applications and desktops from any number of devices and locations. VDI has a number of benefits like flexibility, portability, and manageability. Watch this video series to learn about the benefits of VDI and why you should consider it for your organization. Discover how VDI is redundant, secure, easy to manage, centralized, and restores in minutes. And, uncover why having the ability to use any device to access applications dramatically reduces the hard costs associated with application deployment for IT–while improving the end user experience.

In this video series you hear Tony D’Ancona, Vice President, VMware EUC for Connection, explain the benefits of VDI. You will learn the fundamentals of a VDI, the benefits and functionality, as well as the results you can expect. Watch and learn how to find out if VDI makes sense for you and whether you should take the next step in your VDI journey.



VDI Past and Present

VDI has come a long way since it became what it is today. With seamless OS support, Web-based access to your desktop, load balancing, and a host of other advancements, it’s easy to see why VDI has become so widely used. In this video we focus on what makes today's VDI an entirely different experience from even a year ago and why it may be just what your business needs to improve application flexibility, portability, and manageability.

VDI Fundamentals

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) allows IT administrators to personalize their users’ applications and deliver them with flexibility. With VDI, users can access applications and desktops from any number of devices and locations. VDI has a number of benefits like flexibility, portability, and manageability.

VDI Proof of Concept Defined

The first step of any virtualization journey is to learn how your applications will perform in a virtualized environment. Understanding what is happening in your infrastructure via Proof of Concept (POC) is critical to being able to make a data-driven decision on whether VDI is a good fit for your infrastructure. The best way to evaluate that is with our Proof of Concept (POC) Appliance.



Consolidate, conserve, and ease IT management across your entire infrastructure—view our software virtualization service options to help guide the way. For more in-depth assistance, please complete this Information Request Form or contact an Account Manager at 1.800.800.0019.