Open Platform: Meet the Virtual Desktop

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IT administrators who are well-versed in server virtualization are looking to reap the same benefits from the traders’ desktops. By separating workloads and data from the PCs that host them, desktop virtualization combines applications and physical resources with more flexibility than ever before. When done right, administrators have the ability to develop business-driven policies for delivering resources that are appropriate when given specific time, cost, and service-level requirements.

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