Virtual Computer Launches Desktop Virtualization ExpertZone Featuring Leading Industry Experts & Analysts

03/29/12
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Westford, MA-- Mar 29, 2012 - Virtual Computer, the market leader in Intelligent Desktop Virtualization (IDV), recently announced the launch of the Desktop Virtualization ExpertZone, presenting exclusive content from leading industry experts on the topic. It includes presentations by Brett Waldman from IDC, Rich Nockels and Jesus Garcia from Intel, Doug Brown from DABCC, and Rachel Chalmers from The 451 Group.

Brett Waldman and Rich Nockels present on the "Post-PC Era or the New PC Era," covering trends including desktop virtualization, cloud computing, and the consumerization of IT. This includes metrics and trends on tablets, thin clients and PCs; how Intelligent Desktop Virtualization (IDV) transforms PCs; the economics and performance of VDI vs. IDV; and use cases for PCs, thin-clients, and tablets.

Doug Brown from DABCC presents a technical deep dive including the differences between IDV and VDI, security and time-saving features of IDV, the advantages of a Type-1 client hypervisor, resource requirements for desktop virtualization, transparent backup and recovery, Active Directory integration, shared image management, policy controls, and more.

Rachel Chalmers from The 451 Group presents an overview of end user computing, why companies are looking to virtualize PCs, the pros and cons of VDI, and the power of intelligence on the edge. She also covers Intelligent Desktop Virtualization as an alternative to server-hosted VDI.

"We're pleased to provide resources featuring leading experts in the industry to companies considering desktop virtualization or exploring ways to enhance their desktop or mobile computing strategies," said Sham Sao, CMO at Virtual Computer. "There's confusion in the market about various approaches to desktop virtualization, and this series provides credible data from experts in the industry to help organizations understand what's really happening."

Visit www.virtualcomputer.com/expertzone to access these and other presentations.
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