Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is changing the way that companies choose to deploy highly distributed workloads.
Organizations continue to embrace digital transformation and it starts in the data center. They recognize the value in evolving and innovating a modern and dynamic infrastructure to deliver the right set of services to end-users who have high expectations and little patience when those expectations are not met.
Many companies are turning to virtual desktops as a means to provide their employees with easy access to work environments. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) allows companies to consolidate critical data and applications in a centralized data center, which end users can then access from any location, using any type of device. But in spite of its many advantages, VDI carries numerous challenges and risks…
Learn why Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) has emerged as the ideal hosting platform to support the high-density deployments and IO-intensive workloads of VDI.
As they face the challenges of giving their employees easy access to desktop environments, many companies are discovering the benefits of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI).
Joseph Souza, Assistant Director of Security, discusses the benefits of their customer relationship with Pivot3, the performance and technology leader in hyperconverged infrastructure.
Hear from ESG Senior Analyst Mike Leone about the benefits of an HCI platform in modernizing your datacenter.
Learn why moving to an HCI platform like Pivot3 enables organizations to capitalize on major next generation technology initiatives.
Digital transformation is the mantra driving all business change: modernize, or get left behind. As IT becomes inexorably linked to business outcomes, the dynamic demands of growth and user expectations have created an environment where a core enabling technology is essential to modernization.