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VMware: VDM 2.0 Beta goes live!

Get Control & Manageability in a Single Solution

VMware VDI is a comprehensive solution that provides the functionality that most organizations need in order to connect and manage their remote clients and centralized virtual desktops while keeping data safe and secure in the data center. Designed for desktop administrators, VMware VDI offers an intuitive Web-based management interface with Microsoft Active Directory integration for user authentication and policy enforcement. Centralized administration of all desktop images helps you simplify upgrades, patches and desktop maintenance, and you can use the VMware Virtual Desktop Manager (VDM) to manage connections between remote clients and their centralized virtual desktops.

Support Remote Users without Sacrificing Security

VMware VDI is also a highly secure solution. Authorized end users access their virtual desktop environments through a secure network connection, and each virtual desktop is isolated from the host operating system and from other virtual machines in the system. These measures help prevent network intrusion and minimize the spread of viruses when users access the system from a non-corporate computer.

Provide End Users with a Familiar Desktop Experience

With VMware VDI, end users get the same desktop experience they would with a traditional desktop. There is no change to the applications or desktop environment, no application sharing and no retraining required.

Extend the Power of VMware Infrastructure to the Desktop



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