surveyed IT professionals in the UK around virtualisation. What do the results tell us about the
future of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and desktop virtualisation technologies? What is the
point for VDI, and why are IT managers deciding to adopt a virtualisation strategy?
Discover which desktop virtualisation technologies IT professionals are seriously considering
and hear the expert panelists analyse the emerging trends that are suggested by the survey results.
The panel also discusses where end users and IT managers should put their focus.
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