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Regardless of the systems being used, desktop virtualization can cut down the up-front costs as well as the maintenance and support expenses that incurred through conventional client computing at a very significant rate.
In real picture, it can mitigate the majority of the security concerns that are innate in mobile computing applications along with an improvement in the business continuity and disaster recovery. It need not be a solution of one-size-fits-all kind; though, many companies have realized that desktop virtualization potentially boosts the agility and mobility requisite for today's fast-moving business world by sustaining the present and future capabilities companies need to compete.
The push to virtualize corporate desktop and laptop environments is being driven primarily by the real potential for savings - at every stage of the virtualization process. Considering the up-front costs, a major advantage of desktop virtualization is that the traditional fat client, having all its accompanying applications preloaded, is no longer a necessity. Instead, employees can work on their own devices or much simpler and cost-effective thin systems that rely on centralized operating systems and applications, which can be remotely accessed instead of being stored permanently on the device.
For employees, the upside is quite obvious - they will be able to access their work from any device, anywhere, anytime. They can simply log into company's system such as ERP, CRM, and call center applications easily, gripping up from where they left-off, with complete access to corporate databases. With the advent of high-end "developer clouds," even software developers, who require specifically powerful and expensive computers, can work more flexibly through virtualization, while the business also leverage increased productivity and better quality. And, desktop virtualization over's much more reliability; the computer problems faced by fat clients need not slow down workers to the degree they have in the past.
Beyond the potential cost savings, desktop virtualization offers IT departments a range of opportunities to streamline operations as the operating systems as well as work-related systems and applications are now centralized; it has become easier for IT professionals to manage and upgrade their company's technology assets from one location. The central infrastructure can be easily scaled, as required, to add computing power and storage so to increase the number of end-users.
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