Dynamic Virtual Clients (DVC) – Where Intel IT Is Going

November 6th, 2009 |
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Virtualization offers great advantages in the data center. And it’s good on the client side, too. Intel IT’s Dave Buchholz says that companies must face the reality of managing the corporation’s assets while allowing knowledge workers to perform at a high level with new and seemingly unmanageable technologies. That means enabling employee creativity by allowing users to personalize their laptops and other devices–or even bring their personal devices on to the network. In this video Dave discusses Intel’s Dynamic Virtual Client (DVC) road map and the advantages of adopting a DVC strategy.


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