2015-10-25 12:49:58 UTC

When evaluating Virtual User Session, what aspect do you think is the most important to look for?

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22 Answers

As mentioned, the user experience must be as good as a local session since that is what you are trying to replace. You can provide more benefits (login anywhere, smaller footprint on desk, etc...) but if it is slow or unreliable or unavailable then no benefit is going to matter.

2017-12-22 18:15:30 UTC22 December 17

"User experience" is the key element around which all parameters of a Virtual User Session infrastructure must be built. Why user experience? Because a good perception of the solution from a business point of view is key to selling it and towards future investments.
The parameters include stability, scalability, performance, accessibility, mobility and other 'requirements'.
It is evident that business requirements define how the above parameters are filled in, within the framework of time and cost. Anyway, the user experience, i.e. the client as your major shareholder, must always come first.

2015-12-14 07:53:35 UTC14 December 15
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