Desktop Virtualization vs Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

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Do you know the difference between desktop virtualization and virtual desktop infrastructure? Wonder no more. Remove the confusion and join the discussion about these two exciting technologies. I think a lot of people confuse these two virtualization technologies and maybe you're one of them. The distinction is not apparent from the names given to them but rather in the scale of the technologies behind them. Desktop virtualization means that you run a virtual machine on your desktop computer. Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a data center technology that supplies hosted desktop images to remote users. There is, as you can see, a huge difference between the two.

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