Desktop Virtualisation for highly legislated environments
Legal eagles tap into desktop
Interview Implementing virtual desktops across a whole enterprise is rarely as easy as it sounds in vendor white papers. Rich Raether, IT manager, and Dan Putnam, published systems architect at large US law firm Quarles & Brady faced a unique set of challenges when they decided to roll out virtual desktops as a means of improving the firm's business continuity stance.
Danny Bradbury interviews them both and finds out that even idiosyncratic requirements such as the need to enter data quickly using legal notation can create unique technical challenges.
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