With server virtualization now well established in the world's datacenters, IT leaders are turning their attention to virtualizing and centralizing desktop PCs to address some of their toughest computing challenges:
. Managing complex end-user hardware and software infrastructure
. Securing networks and information assets
. Supporting a global workforce in an environment of constant change
Desktop virtualization corrects the division of labor and assets, so companies can put employees near customers and suppliers-but centralize IT and information assets to keep costs and risks under tight control.