Monday, February 9, 2009

Manage VDI with third-party tools

February 09, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Choose the right third-party VDI management tools
Joseph Ortiz, Contributor

All of the major desktop virtualization vendors offer their own management tools. But as a solutions provider, you need to make other options available to your customers. Learn about the third-party tools that you can offer to customers to help manage their virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).

This tip provides an overview of four third-party VDI management tools: VDIworks, ClearCube's Sentral, triCerat's Simplify Suite and Quest Software's vWorkspace.

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