It’s an unprecedented time for system administrators. Users have been sent home, but still must accomplish work in a timely fashion. They must have access to company data and be able to manipulate it and save it. Their client devices must still be supported and must interact efficiently with company servers.
Because of these unique workplace restrictions, VDI technology is receiving unprecedented attention. It has benefits such as greater user productivity, improved data security, streamlined IT management, central image management, and low maintenance endpoints. But it also has issues such as complexity of deployment and management, and (most pertinent) cost of hardware. Any measures which can reduce these costs are, to say the least, greatly desirable.
With VDI—as with any VM scenario—performance is paramount. A hampering of performance carries a parallel of slowed employee production. With an economy in pause mode, lower production is not an option for any company wishing to survive.
The bottom line is that in these tough times, everyone needs to make the most of what they’ve got. With V-locity’s patented technology, VDI density is greatly improved. Servers are limited to the number of virtual desktops they can support at any one time. V-locity doubles that number, and we have reports from some users of five times as many virtual desktops being support with V-locity than without.
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