Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Desktop virtualization tutorial

February 04, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Hot Spot Tutorial: Desktop virtualization

In the first chapter of our desktop virtualization tutorial, learn about the technology's benefits for solutions providers and their customers. Desktop virtualization can cut hardware costs, simplify management and use less power, but it also requires more bandwidth and hurts graphics performance.

Use this tutorial to weigh the pros and cons of desktop virtualization, and to help you decide whether thin clients or thick clients are the right approach for your customers.

Read this Hot Spot Tutorial.

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With so many virtualization and data center products on the market, it's tough for solutions providers to know what they should sell. Luckily, and just named their 2008 Products of the Year award winners.
Read this article.

Gray market competition hurts VARs
With money tight, the temptation for businesses to turn to the gray market for cheaper technology goods is strong. And the repercussions for legitimate resellers are serious.
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