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In Chapter 6 of the Advanced Virtualization e-book, Mike Laverick outlines some of the benefits that desktop virtualization has over server-based computing models. He also details a few drawbacks of VDI and makes predictions on how the market will respond to further improve desktop virtualization. You'll also get advice from our experts, and learn the latest desktop virtualization strategies and best practices.   Access >>>

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