Wednesday, February 25, 2009

WAN optimization is challenging for desktop virtualization

I came across a good article from Network World on the challenges that WAN optimization faces when virtualization for the desktop takes place. It is interesting to understand if WAN optimization is for you - it is not for everybody. More importantly, if you are considering a combination of thin clients at your branches (e.g. VMWare, Citrix, or Microsoft Remote Desktop) with WAN optimization, how do you implement all that.

For the entire article, go here

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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