Optimising Network Infrastructure for Citrix XenDesktop

Optimising Network Infrastructure for Citrix XenDesktop
A practical guide to deliver an end-to-end desktop virtualisation solution. Desktop virtualisation can increase the productivity of information technology (IT) teams by transforming how they configure and deploy endpoint devices, manage desktops, and support end user applications. This guide provides a detailed explanation on how to deliver a new, improved, end-to-end desktop virtualisation solution that will make it easier and more cost-effective for businesses to deploy high-definition virtual desktops and applications to all users across an entire enterprise.
Download Whitepaper
Related Whitepapers
Thanks for downloading Optimising Network Infrastructure for Citrix XenDesktop. Here are some other white papers that we feel may be of interest to you given your recent download:
  • This whitepaper takes a closer look at two solutions with similar names but otherwise not comparable products and where one outshines the other. •Learn why although the two products claim similar offers, one doesn't really live up to the marketing •Understand the specific differences between the products so you are better able to make a decision •See why clarity and depth of vision for the future of business - software-defined workplace - is what really sets the two apart Download whitepaper »

  • IT organizations increasingly are turning to new storage solutions that are purpose-built for virtualization and cloud, with a focus on application-aware designs that provide VM-level visibility and control across the entire infrastructure. Download whitepaper »

  • This IDC Buyer Case Study examines the Sam M. Walton College of Business' virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) deployment on the Tintri storage platform. IDC recently spoke with William Allred, Ph.D., associate director, Technology Center, and Scott Zemke, network administrator at Walton College of Business about their experience in deploying a 400-seat VDI infrastructure on the campus for use by undergraduate and graduate students at the College. Download whitepaper »