HP to Advise on Desktop VirtualizationBy eWEEK Staff | Print
HP's new services were created to help companies evaluate their desktop and notebook environments, looking to the transition to virtual desktops with a mix of traditional PCs and virtual desktops.
Hewlett-Packard is looking to help businesses redesign their corporate desktop environments with a new services portfolio.
The HP Client Infrastructure Services offering, announced April 14, is designed to help IT staffs navigate the changing demands from both businesses and employees, and to help them sort through the host of options opening up to them in both physical and virtualized environments.
"We know there is change going on in the client space," Tom Norton, global practice director of HP’s Microsoft and Client Infrastructure Consulting Services business, said in a statement. "The point-of-view [of the new services] is all about rethinking how you approach the environment."