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"Understanding Adoption Trends and Storage Requirements of Virtual Desktop Environments"
IDC OPINION Centralized virtual desktops (CVDs) (also commonly referred to as virtual desktop infrastructure [VDI]) is a relatively young and rapidly growing segment of the IT industry. User adoption and deployment preferences are still evolving. As such, an analysis of the most prevalent use cases for the technology and the most valuable technology attributes are important in understanding how technology suppliers and firms adopting CVD can best work together to ensure successful deployments. For CVD proof of concepts (POCs), storage infrastructure can present both economic and technical challenges, which may stymie broader-scale CVD implementations. This IDC study identifies which storage technologies and attributes are most useful within a CVD environment.

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