VDI allows programs, applications, processes and data from remote PCs to be stored and managed from a central location. The result is reduced costs, improved productivity, enhanced security and more. And while VDI vendors have been slow to provide support for Linux, as a major player on enterprise desktops, that is no longer acceptable. It’s time to make VDI work for all. A successful VDI implementation must be able to deliver both Linux and Windows user desktops to all endpoints, including PCs, Macs, thin clients, netbooks, tablets, and PDAs. As portable network-connected devices increase in popularity, Linux will further invade the desktop world.
As CTO of Virtual Bridges, Reiter has worked with thousands of organizations deploying VDI solutions across Linux environments. Join this session to hear real world examples and learn best practices.