More and more enterprises are turning to virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) as a means to reduce the expenses normally associated with traditional endpoints, such as PCs, laptops and tablets. However, successful implementations seem to be far and few between, with many VDI projects never leaving the pilot program stage.
Approximately a year ago Gartner estimated that there will be as many as 20 million virtual desktops in place by 2014, and a few months later CDW found that 90% of businesses are considering or implementing client virtualization projects, most of them within the next 12 to 24 months. However CDW also reported that companies were finding that client virtualization is more complex to implement than they realized, that ROI is difficult to calculate, and that training end users can be a challenge.
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