With remote workers and virtual PCs in the mix, desktop management just isn’t the same anymore.
In many organizations, the endpoints that IT now has to manage include remote and virtual desktops, as well as mobile devices. Desktop virtualization brings major challenges when it comes to monitoring, security, customization and the end-user experience.
At the same time, IT pros can use virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and Remote Desktop Services (RDS) to deliver applications to those endpoints in a simpler, more efficient way. But virtual desktop management is a whole new ballgame, and IT needs to remember that these technologies require different techniques for backup, disaster recovery and more.
Desktop virtualization plays a big role in the changing face of endpoint management, so it’s time to consider how this trend fits into your organization. This guide covers all you need to know about managing your remote and virtual desktops in the virtual, mobile age