from TechTarget article – How Desktop as a Service licensing works

From the article:

“As you can see, DaaS licensing can be tricky. As such, some organizations will no doubt find that they are financially better off leasing virtual desktops from a public DaaS provider who charges a flat rate.”

via How Desktop as a Service licensing works.

For a vendor-specific detailed overview, visit http://www.desktone.com/resources/51-microsoft_licensing_delivering_daas_sorting_fact/view for a pre-recorded webinar.

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