Client Virtualization Market Analysis, Trend Evaluation & Future Forecast

| June 26, 2019

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A Comprehensive research study conducted by KD Market Insights on Client Virtualization Market by Type (Desktop Virtualization, Application Virtualization, and Presentation Virtualization Organization Size Large Enterprises, and SMBs, and Industry Vertical (IT &Telecom, Construction & Manufacturing, BFSI, Healthcare, Public Sector, Retail, Education, and Others Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018-2025 report offers extensive and highly detailed historical, current and future market trends in the global and regional/market. The Client Virtualization Market report includes market size, growth drivers, barriers, opportunities, trends and other information which helps to find new opportunities in this market for the growth of the business through new technologies and developments.

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8 reasons to consider hyperconverged infrastructure for your data center

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Security concerns hampering adoption of containers and Kubernetes

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ALTEN Calsoft Labs

ALTEN Calsoft Labs is part of ALTEN Group ($2.5 Billion Company) , offering next gen digital transformation, enterprise IT and product engineering services. The company enables clients innovate, integrate, and transform their business by leveraging disruptive technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Mobility, big data, analytics, cloud, IoT and software-defined networking (SDN/NFV). The company also has a pool of 300 Clinical SAS consultants working with many Pharmaceutical , Medical Devices, CRO and Healthcare Companies.

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