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Why hasn’t desktop virtualization taken over the world?

December 14, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: ZDNET

Desktop virtualization means different things to different people. Suppliers declare that this approach can save money and create a more secure, reliable and manageable environment. If it is so good, why hasn’t it taken over the world?

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