Winton Woods City Schools launches virtual desktop infrastructure
sponsored by Dell, Inc.

Winton Woods City Schools desired a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to facilitate a migration to Windows 7 and enjoy the benefits of lower administrative overhead and a rich store of educational applications managed centrally.

What did it do?

Read this brief case study now to learn why this school district deployed Windows Thin PC operating system to create a network-deployable image, and is using out-of-warranty machines and donated hardware. Learn more about this decision and its many benefits, including;

  • Expected reduction of power bills
  • About 10 to 20% savings of new disk purchases with thin provisioning
  • And more.
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