Oh, no! It’s VDI Horror Week!

Building your own internal virtual desktops (VDI) can be painful in so many ways. We discussed the relative merits of internal VDI vs. hosted services like Dizzion in our October webcast,”To Host or Not to Host: That’s the VDI Question,” which is now available as an on-demand presentation.

For some companies, building internal VDI fits with their culture, resources, and IT goals. But for others, the implementation of VDI fails to live up to its promise, and the project falls flat on its face. VDI morphs into a fearsome “Monster” that leaves your users angry, frustrated and maybe even a little afraid.

So it’s only natural, as we lead up to Halloween, that we visit what we know as the Five Pains of VDI: costs, expertise, security, flexibility and acceptance. What we’re calling VDI Horror Week. Each day, we’ll post a new pain, starting with VDI Pain #1: Sucking the Life out of Your Budget.

WARNING: The content of these posts may not be suitable for young, hopeful techs who believe that building their own VDI tool will be fun and easy!

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