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A stellar mobility strategy ... for desktops!

As Terry White pointed out at this blog last year (see this post), desktop virtualization is attracting a lot of attention – and for good reason. It can help organizations “lower costs, improve security, and enable secure remote access from a variety of devices,” Terry notes.


Over at Transforming IT blog, mobility expert Jordan Whitmarsh has been arguing that client virtualization is something else again: It’s a crucial opportunity to bring the desktop into the age of mobility.


For decades, businesses have sunk money into Windows operating platforms, and they’re not about to toss them in favor of mobile platforms, Jordan argues. Read why virtualization is the key to increasing the return on those investments in his post Free your desktop applications and unlock their productivity by embracing a mobility strategy.


If you’d like to learn more about the transformational opportunities that virtualization and mobility provide, check out the new HP Mobility Transformation Experience Workshop (pdf download). At Discover 2013 in Las Vegas next week we’ll be offering a one-hour introduction to the Workshop; you can sign up here.



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