Thursday, September 3, 2009

At VMworld 2009, companies focus on virtual desktops for security

Just posted on from VMworld:

"While security and compliance is a major driver of virtual desktop infrastructure projects, security is taking an otherwise decidedly low profile here at VMworld this week. Clearly customers are moving ahead with virtualization projects within the context of traditional security architectures. This is also reflected in the trend that attached costs for professional services, incremental storage, networking, and business applications are all greater in virtualization projects than security expenses. Virtualization projects are going ahead in the data center where application service configurations are relatively static and security can be placed in the physical infrastructure..."

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