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Tangent Tue: Security

One of the main reasons businesses are only running desktop virtualization pilots as opposed to an organization-wide rollout is due to new security and compliance requirements, especially in the financial, legal and healthcare industries. While centralizing data offers a level of control, without robust security in the data center, it can create a single point of failure. This can be scary and dangerous, with or without industry compliance restrictions.

Our VXI designers had security top of mind when pulling together the solution.

First, there has be a lot of focus on securing the data center. Next, users need to have the flexibility to access information from any device, anywhere and anytime. The Cisco VXI solution enables that level of access with the necessary security measures:

Cisco VXI is designed to grant users the flexibility needed to get their jobs done anywhere with any device, within a system that gives IT full visibility and control to scale VM by properly securing the data center and enforcing access policy.

For those of you centralizing desktops to the data center, what measures are you taking to manage access to sensitive information? And how do you protect your systems from highly prevalent malware? Is there anything specific to VXI that you think would help?

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