Center Grove Community School Corp. prides itself in its willingness to invest time and resources into developing first-rate academic programs that emphasize educational innovation. So when the White River Township, IN-based network of five elementary schools, three middle schools and one high school implemented a 1:1 laptop program last year, its technology staff wanted to do better than simply load those computers with software programs and hand them out to students.
Rockdale County School District in Georgia has experienced the benefits of server virtualization, which has--so far in the early phases of implementation--saved on hardware costs and helped IT staff consolidate and cut down server "clutter." But what about server virtualization's little cousin, desktop virtualization? Rockdale's tried it ... twice; but for this district it's proved a less than ideal alternative to full-featured PCs.
A California school district is turning to virtualized desktops to override its traditional equipment replacement policy.
When a blizzard destroyed Falcon School District’s datacenter, CIO David Bond knew he needed a new way to house servers, store applications and prevent future disasters. The answer? Datacenter virtualization.
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