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Solution provider's takeaway: Today's technologies are changing how endpoints are viewed in the enterprise and creating opportunities for solution providers willing to engage in the PC hardware market. Read how to increase profits from VDI solutions and learn about the product sales and service opportunities that come along with them. More resources on VDI solutions and technology Desktop virtualization and VDI management study guide Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) FAQ Microsoft, Citrix team up to take on VMware VDI Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI): The benefits when combined with unified communications New technologies are changing the role of the traditional PC as part of enterprise networks, and redefining what exactly a PC is. Usually defined as endpoints, PCs are taking on new roles as client devices that are no longer running traditional client-server applications but are used as devices to access Web applications or server-based computing solutions. Because of that, solution providers have a unique ... Access >>>
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How VDI solutions can increase profit margins
by Frank J. Ohlhorst, Contributor
Solution providers can boost profit margins and maximize their customers' investments by taking advantage of the subsidiary product sales and services included with VDI solutions.
- How VDI solutions can increase profit margins by Frank J. Ohlhorst, Contributor
No single-instance storage in Exchange 2010: What's a VAR to do?
by Brien M. Posey, Contributor
The popular single-instance storage feature is not included in Exchange 2010. Its absence will affect your customers' capacity planning efforts as they migrate to Exchange 2010.
- No single-instance storage in Exchange 2010: What's a VAR to do? by Brien M. Posey, Contributor
Managed services success: All or nothing?
by Heather Clancy
Managed services may not furnish big-bang up-front sales, but they deliver predictable, repeatable revenue. How much of your business should go the MSP route?
- Managed services success: All or nothing? by Heather Clancy
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