When calculating the costs of implementing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), it’s important to look past the initial upfront investment and take into account the long-term costs and savings too. During a recent Google+ Hangout, Rick Varju of Foley & Lardner LLP discussed the preliminary costs and long term benefits of VDI, showing how IT professionals can present a strong business case by reducing technology costs over time and factoring in the benefits of increased efficiencies across their organization. From driving down energy costs to enabling BYOD and boosting the productivity of remote employees, there are numerous benefits of VDI to consider. Rick explains how successful IT departments position IT as an efficient and agile business solution that delivers demonstrable value.
Learn more about Rick’s experience in the video below and download the Desktop Virtualization Business Case Information Guide to help make your organization’s case.