Talk: What’s New in Windows Server 2012 Virtual Desktop Infrastructure and Remote Desktop Services

Adam Carter, Microsoft’s Technical Product Manager for VDI and RDS is fast becoming one of my favorite speakers from TechEd and MMS. If you are thinking of piloting VDI then this talk from TechED 2013 is a must see:

“If you are doing VDI to save money you are probably going to be disappointed, it is always going to be more expensive to buy server class hardware and storage than pcs. So don’t go into it thinking you are going to save a lot of money.” 

This is why you should do VDI:



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