April 17th, 2012
It seems that everyone has the key to what ails desktop virtualization these days.
With all manner of solutions hitting the channel, it's becoming increasingly difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to centralizing desktop infrastructure.
One thing is for sure, however: Now that enterprises are scrambling to accommodate the growing variety of client devices in the work force, attaining some kind of working virtual desktop system has become a top priority. According to Barclays Capital, more than half of top CIOs are on board with desktop virtualization, and nearly a quarter are knee-deep in the planning or deployment phase.
For the IT industry at large, then, the central question surrounding virtual desktops is no longer what to do, but how to do it. And it's in this phase of the technology's evolution where we should see once and for all whether it has a future in enterprise infrastructure.
Read Arthur's full article on ITBusinessEdge