Intel IT: Embracing Desktop Virtualization
With the consumerization of IT, users want access to corporate applications and data from a variety of devices, some of which IT does not own or manage. To improve business productivity, Intel IT has embraced desktop virtualization as a core strategy to improve employee choice and flexibility, while allowing IT to focus on delivering secure services, rather than managing hardware platforms.
Read the full Intel IT: Embracing Desktop Virtualization Executive Insights: http://www.intel.com/content/dam/doc/white-paper/intel-it-virtualization-embracing-desktop-virtualization-paper.pdf.
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