Despite the initial hype, desktop virtualization isn’t going to replace traditional, physical PCs anytime soon. But under the right conditions, virtual desktop infrastructure is a viable tool for delivering applications to remote clients.
Centrix Software Workspace iQ 5.2
Centrix’s Workspace iQ 5.2 provides detailed information about desktops and applications in a virtual desktop infrastructure, including metrics on user sessions and licensing.
With this information, organizations can significantly decrease the application footprint on desktops -- and by extension, reduce the need to repackage programs using application virtualization. In addition, Workspace iQ can facilitate a major reduction in licensing costs.
Ultimately, the use of Workspace iQ could result in customers being more open-minded about application-delivery methods, and it would empower them to adopt more flexible approaches.
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This was first published in January 2012