Centralized virtual desktops can help companies improve security and agility and tackle the bring-your-own-device challenge head on. But they can be tricky to deploy.
Master Solutions Architect Charles See was at HP Discover 2012 in June talking with IT leaders about HP’s blueprint for transformation to a virtualized desktop environment. In his session titled “Client Virtualization: Client Applications, Workloads and Modeling,” Charles tackled the tough questions: How do you identify your current applications? What do you do about versions? What workloads do you need to account for? What’s involved in image modeling?
If you missed the live session, check out the video below …
… and the slides for Chuck’s presentation:
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Chuck See is a Master Solutions Architect who has been with HP for nearly five years. In that time, Chuck has designed client virtualization solutions for both private industry and federal government customers. Currently Chuck’s role is as Americas Client Virtualization Lead for HP Technology Consulting’s Microsoft and Client Infrastructure Practice.