Yes, Desktop Computing Has Failed, but There's a Solution
Do you agree that desktop computing has failed? Read Ken Hess’s post on ZDNet to understand his opinion on why desktop computing has failed and learn more about a solution to make it successful. Here’s a hint: It’s not virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). He attributes the failure of desktop computing to two facts: First, there are “people who want to break your computer,” and second, locking down the compute environment—for corporate or the home user—is complex. And while VDI moves these problems to the data center, it’s a costly resolution. Find out the desktop management solution that solves these challenges, according to Hess.