–User experience: The remote execution and visualization of applications might not beexactly the same as at a local workplace.
–Complexity of the implementation process: In some cases, the deployment process
and the management of a VDI environment can be complex and involve additional or
unplanned costs, such as shortcomings in the network bandwidth that interconnects
the station and the increase of the computation capacity in the virtual infrastructure.
–Security, new vulnerabilities: The data management policies should be redefined according to the
new virtual infrastructure in order to prevent new vulnerabilities.
–Closed solutions which depend on the manufacturer: Choosing a closed product involves only using the
capacities and features of that product. The incorporation of new characteristics, or
even the discontinuity of the product, is subject to the product evolution and the client
cannot rest assured that all his particular needs are covered.
The IDC analysts highlight in their report that using our VDI connection broker UDS Enterprise all these challenges are easily overcome, which are an obstacle with other desktop virtualization solutions.