The McAfee MOVE Platform and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

The McAfee MOVE Platform and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
With virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), business end users expect high performance and low latency with every session and want to use the latest consumer computer systems, smartphones, or tablets —often introducing their own personal devices into the workplace. Learn more on how security solutions must adapt to the changing operational model needed to leverage virtualised environments to their fullest in order to enable the business agility promised by virtualisation vendors.
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