Different Takes on Desktop Virtualization

Virtualization technology developed at a high pace in recent years, initially with server virtualization and then with desktop virtualization. The basic hierarchy and link between the PC hardware, operating system, applications, and display is broken in the latter. This enables several desktop clients to be functional from anywhere and the data to be managed in a centralized way. Security, updating systems or software, recovering data when individual systems fail, and so on becomes easier. Continue reading

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