by Jason Conger [Published on 14 Sept. 2012 / Last Updated on 14 Sept. 2012]
Microsoft has made many new VDI improvements in Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8. On Microsoft's Channel 9 video station David Caddick and Rick Mack highlights the new features in Windows 8 Client and Hyper-V that enable VDI and Remote Desktop Session Host. They discuss how these changes positively impact what customers are doing today. Windows 8 provides fantastic new functionality in Hyper-V and RemoteFX, this session focuses on these new feature benefits.
Learn which desktop virtualisation strategy to implement when you face business problems like: How do I migrate to newer version of Windows OS easily? How do I embrace Consumerisation? Get answers to: When should I consider App-V? Where does RDS and VDI apply? What are the new capabilities of the Desktop Visualisation stack?
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