Monthly Archives: October 2011

VDI counter arguments – It’s too expensive

As CEO of Molten Technologies, an independent virtual desktop specialist, I often find myself enthusing about VDI, especially as a service, vs the traditional fat-client PC model and I have heard every push-back in the business (and some that ought … Continue reading

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VDI counter arguments – User Experience “sucks”

As CEO of Molten Technologies, an independent virtual desktop specialist, I often find myself enthusing about VDI, especially as a service, vs the traditional fat-client PC model and I have heard every push-back in the business (and some that ought … Continue reading

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