Desktop Virtualization and Windows 7

Microsoft Desktop Virtualization is a broad range of offerings to meet operating system, application, data, and user virtualization needs. DV allows flexibility to deliver, test and manage the "layers" individually ultimately enabling you to roll out Windows 7 faster and manage it more easily. Microsoft's virtualization technologies are completely integrated with the new Windows 7 […]

Microsoft Desktop Virtualization is a broad range of offerings to meet operating system, application, data, and user virtualization needs. DV allows flexibility to deliver, test and manage the "layers" individually ultimately enabling you to roll out Windows 7 faster and manage it more easily. Microsoft's virtualization technologies are completely integrated with the new Windows 7 UI, System Center and Office 2010.

Let's take a closer look at what I mean by the "layers" of Desktop Virtualization below:

For additional technical information, check out our newly launched Microsoft Desktop Virtualization Zone:

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