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Thursday
Oct 14th, 2010
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Meeting Room 304A-C
Pacific Time
Session Type: Infrastructure
Facing costly PC refresh cycles that eat through IT budgets and valuable maintenance and support resources, universities are ditching PCs and instead deploying virtual desktops. Learn how the Concordia University Texas and the University of Arizona have saved time, money, and energy with a desktop virtualization strategy.
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I wonder how thin clients are doing with fitting into my network's POE. #E10_SESS107

U of AZ on VDI providing good video... "still working through it" - I read that as a pretty serious issue #E10_SESS107

U of AZ has a nice "classroom in a box" using thin clients. Very handy for Ad-hoc computer labs etc #E10_SESS107

VDI: once size does not fit all! Various solutions will be required based on various user needs. #E10_SESS107

U AZ 3 ESX boxes to run their vdi for 6000 users. #E10_SESS107

I tried to talk this VDI session into a Pano V Wyse debate, but they wouldn't go for it #E10_SESS107 :)

Getting ready to convene #E10_SESS107 Saving Money and Energy by Ditching PCs at #educause10 . I need a joke.


Comments

I wonder how thin clients are doing with fitting into my network's POE. #E10_SESS107

U of AZ on VDI providing good video... "still working through it" - I read that as a pretty serious issue #E10_SESS107

U of AZ has a nice "classroom in a box" using thin clients. Very handy for Ad-hoc computer labs etc #E10_SESS107

VDI: once size does not fit all! Various solutions will be required based on various user needs. #E10_SESS107

U AZ 3 ESX boxes to run their vdi for 6000 users. #E10_SESS107

I tried to talk this VDI session into a Pano V Wyse debate, but they wouldn't go for it #E10_SESS107 :)

Getting ready to convene #E10_SESS107 Saving Money and Energy by Ditching PCs at #educause10 . I need a joke.