When upgrading to a new version of Windows, enterprises must first inventory and test line of business applications on the new operating system and your organization may have some applications that are not yet officially supported by your vendor, or might not work at all despite all efforts.
This whole process of testing, fixing the application, upgrading to a new version that supports Windows 7 or finding an alternative application can be time-consuming. Meanwhile, users are unable to take advantage of the operating system’s new capabilities and enhancements, and IT departments have to delay upgrade plans. Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) can help ease these challenges. Some of the key benefits of MED-V are: