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5 Ways the End-User Desktop Will Look Different in 5 Years

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IT managers will have significant new challenges on their hands as client capabilities—and form factors—evolve.

Look around your organization. What does your end-user desktop environment look like? Windows-based PCs? Docked laptops? Some combination thereof? Look around your organization five years from now, and the desktop landscape will appear very different.

  1. It Will Be Virtualized

  2. It Will Be Mobile
  3. It Will Be Secured in Depth—And By Users
  4. It Will Be Running Windows—Maybe
  5. It Won't Be a Desktop at All

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