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Windows Server 2012: Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

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The modern workstyle is increasingly mobile, collaborative, device independent, and cost conscious. Users want independence from specific devices, flexibility in how and where they access their data and applications. At the same time, business computing resources are increasingly treated as centralized commodities. Rather than focusing on particular hardware, IT departments are expected to provide users with a certain level of functionality and accessibility. 

Microsoft Virtualization Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), powered by Windows Server 2012, empowers you to deploy remote desktop services architectures that provide employees the flexibility to work anywhere, while allowing them to access their corporate desktop or application environment from a range of devices. Windows Server 2012 provides features that:

- Give users access to data and applications from virtually anywhere, on whatever device they choose
- Enable users to enjoy the full Windows experience, wherever they are
- Improve the security of the entire experience while supporting compliance with applicable regulations

After completing this course — through a series of videos and whitepapers — you will have an understanding of the Microsoft Virtualization Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solution.

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