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Optimizing Mobile Access for VDI

Optimizing Mobile Access for VDI

Virtual desktop technology is highly flexible in supporting a wide array of mobile clients and operating systems. Yet, not every mobile device setup delivers a great user experience.

A clear advantage of VDI is that you can connect to a VDI session running a full Windows desktop and Windows applications such as Microsoft Office from any device with a VDI client installed. For example, you can connect to a Windows VDI desktop session from a computer running Windows, Mac OSX, an iPad or iPhone running iOS, a Chromebook running ChromeOS, or a tablet or phone running Android. As long as the computer or device you are using has the appropriate client software, a connection can

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