Conclusion: While Virtual Desktops are one of the hottest infrastructure topics of 2008, simply virtualising a typical desktop environment and migrating that to the data centre will prove to be a very costly mistake. Instead organisations should look beyond the Virtual Desktop hype and focus on implementing a Dynamic Desktop architecture that increases desktop agility and lowers the total cost of ownership. Once adopted the Dynamic Desktop architecture can be used with any type of desktop deployment method, i.e., Full Desktop, Virtual Desktop or Terminal Services, and becomes the foundation for reducing desktop cost and increasing desktop flexibility.

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