Trends Report

Client Virtualization Improves Security Of The Corporate Desktop

Demystifying Client Virtualization

November 12th, 2008
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Simon Yates


The traditional corporate desktop is quickly becoming a thing of the past, because it's difficult to manage, insecure, and inflexible. Thankfully, emerging client virtualization technologies have improved upon the traditional desktop in exactly these areas. From a security and risk standpoint, client virtualization helps maintain regulatory compliance, secure customer and corporate data, and build a strong business continuity program — all items that take a top spot on today's IT security professional's priority list.

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