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Modern Infrastructure - April 2013, Volume 2, Number 4

April's Modern Infrastructure cover story delves into Apple and consumerization's effects on the long-standing Windows domination in the enterprise. What are consumer devices, mobility and changing user behavior doing to the traditional IT infrastructure? This issue of MI also examines a problem plaguing IT teams trying to use VDI: the storage issues that are commonly coming up. Hybrid storage arrays and solid-state disk are finding a key role. The emerging concept of identity management in the cloud rounds out the April MI feature well. These stories will examine trends and offer advice, along with MI's regular departments covering trends, news and expert guidance.  Access >>>

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