When architects join a discussion on VDI, you realized it truly has become mainstream. As John Webster just wrote in CNET, “VDI is hot, not only with IT practitioners, but with professionals of many stripes.”
This was Webster’s conclusion after delivering a talk to a room that he expected to be filled with IT enthusiasts. To his surprise, the audience wasn’t just your traditional IT administrators, it also included people from other fields, even architects eager to learn about how VDI could change the design of class rooms. While his talk has three parts, it was the section on VDI that really gained the attention of the audience and provoked further discussion throughout the Q/A, specifically around VDI in education and healthcare.
At Virtual Bridges, we firmly agree with Webster. We have been working closely with a number of education organizations, K-12 districts as well as higher ed and are proud of the results these clients are seeing. But we know this is just the beginning. With VDI Gen2, we have made it easier than ever to manage virtual desktops and deliver an experience users enjoy. The potential for this industry is tremendous. We’re excited to be leading the charge.
Enjoy John Webster’s full story, “Virtual-desktop integration touches all professions.”