3 Compelling Reasons to Consider Desktop Virtualization

End-user computing is changing. Gone are the days when IT
provided a single, locked-down, corporate desktop to each user to
primarily run Windows applications. Today, end-users expect to:

• Move between endpoint devices throughout the day (desktops,
laptops, tablets and cell phones)

• Stay connected to their professional and personal networks via
mobile electronic devices

• Access their data and applications from any device

In this mobile user- and device-centric environment, IT must protect
and control user access to data while managing applications and
devices for all users. A single device, with a single operating system
per user, is a model of the past.