Windows 7 and VDI

Today’s VDI is just SBC to single-user VMs instead of multiuser Terminal Servers. So in today’s world, VDI’s use case is not too much more broad than Terminal Services. However, there are four technical capabilities that I feel will be ready for prime time in June 2010, and once these are here, VDI (or the […]

Today’s VDI is just SBC to single-user VMs instead of multiuser Terminal Servers. So in today’s world, VDI’s use case is not too much more broad than Terminal Services. However, there are four technical capabilities that I feel will be ready for prime time in June 2010, and once these are here, VDI (or the “New Desktop”) will really be able to take off.

I think it’s safe to add another “requirement” for the New Desktop taking off, namely, Windows 7.

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