We use client virtualization technology to separate a computer desktop environment from the physical computer. It is considered as a type of client-server computing model because the virtualized desktop is stored on a centralized or remote, server. Desktop virtualization "virtualizes desktop computers" and these virtual desktop environments are "served" to users on the network. You interact with a virtual desktop in the same way you would use a physical desktop. Another benefit of desktop virtualization is that is lets you remotely log in to access your desktop from any location.