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Case Study: Making the Case for Desktop Virtualization for BYOD

As employees increasingly look to bring personally owned laptops and other devices into the workplace, many organizations find themselves considering a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy. For an IT professional, this raises key questions, like how to ensure users have access to the applications and resources they need for their work and how to implement a secure, data protection plan for their organization. Managing disparate, complex environments can multiply business continuity and security risks quickly as employees bring personal smartphones, tablets and laptops into the workplace.

During a recent Google+ Hangout, Rick Varju of Foley & Lardner LLP describes how implementing VDI within his organization allowed the firm to realize a secure BYOD policy – ultimately reducing costs and the overhead of “technology touches.” 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.

 

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