Case study: University revamps desktop strategy with virtualization

University uses unified computing system to renovate data center capabilities


In light of today’s technological demands and end-user expectations, the University of Tennessee’s IT department recently faced 3 major challenges:

  1. Seamlessly delivering deliver applications to both on-campus and off-campus endpoints
  2. Providing support for every major operating system
  3. Working with a significantly shrinking dedicated IT staff due to tight budgets.

Luckily, they were able to find a solution that helped them overcome all 3 of these challenges.

This video explores how the University of Tennessee IT staff used desktop virtualization and a blade server architecture to completely revamp their desktop capabilities and deliver IT services and applications to students and faculty better than ever before.

Watch to learn more about their story – including how they were able to reduce application deployment time from 10 or more days to a matter of minutes.

Cisco Systems, Inc and Citrix
23 Dec 2013
23 Dec 2013
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