The following white paper is available from INTEGRITY Global Security.
Introducing INTEGRITY Secure Consolidated Client
Desktop consolidation via virtualization promises reduced IT cost and energy consumption. However, not all hypervisors are created equal, and some organizations are unable to take advantage of desktop consolidation. A key reason is a requirement to use multiple physical desktops to access distinct networks (“air gap”); common desktop consolidation products are not suitable for providing highly assured isolation of virtualized desktops and their connected back-end networks. This paper will explain the methods of system virtualization and their impact on security, usability, and total cost of ownership (TCO).
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