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[Press Release] Login VSI 2021 Summit Promises Thought-Provoking Experts

[Press Release] Login VSI 2021 Summit Promises Thought-Provoking Experts

The Summit, Taking Place on September 30, Includes Insights on Digital Workspace Experience, End-User Computer, and Application Performance

Boston, MA, and Amsterdam, Netherlands (September 16, 2021) – Login VSI, the company dedicated to maximizing the end-user experience, announced today the speakers and programming for its Login VSI Summit, which will be hosted virtually on September 30, 2021.

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Citrix Recommends Login VSI

Citrix Recommends Login VSI

A few months ago Nick Rintalan, a Managing Director and Principal Architect at Citrix, published an article

providing recommendations and guidance on how to estimate how many users or virtual machines (VMs) can be supported on a single physical host.

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Windows Virtual Desktop Pricing: How Much Does WVD Really Cost?

Windows Virtual Desktop Pricing: How Much Does WVD Really Cost?

What is a Windows Virtual Desktop?

Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is a desktop as a service (DaaS) offering, which is the evolution of Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Service (RDS). WVD runs on Azure and offers a multi-user version of Windows 10. The service integrates FSLogix technology to allow personalized user experiences.

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Login VSI Summit, September 30

Login VSI Summit, September 30

The annual industry event is centered around EUC, user experience, and digital workspace performance.

Login VSI is hosting the annual Login VSI Summit, previously known as the VDI Performance Summit, on Thursday, September 30. Last year’s event had over 1,000 registrations and we are looking forward to what this year will bring.

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Can’t See the Online Workspace for the Clouds?

Can’t See the Online Workspace for the Clouds?

In the Eastern Region of the United States, there are approximately 500 different azure instance types that you can select.

All instances have different specs and costs and, in the end, performance. I imagine you can’t see the forest for the trees or the online workspace for the Clouds. So how do you select the one that’s best for you?

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