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  • School district opts for VDI in computer labs

    As technical director for the Rocori School District in Stearns County, Minn., Brian Michalski was looking into virtual desktop infrastructure as a way to cut costs in the schools' 13 computer labs.

  • Behind the scenes of Wellesley College's desktop virtualization rollout

    Although <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/news/2009/021909-desktop-virtualization-faq.html">desktop virtualization</a> is still a relatively new technology, Ravi Ravishanker is no stranger to it. He helped implement VDI projects at Pace University and Wesleyan University in recent years and now is overseeing a rollout at Wellesley College, the all-women's school west of Boston where he serves as CIO. I met with Ravishanker earlier this year in person and followed up by email with this series of questions that he and his staff answered about the school's deep dive into virtualization technologies.

  • Datacentre planned for Hawke's Bay; will leverage local network

    Virtual Infrastructure Professionals (VIP) is to spend $250,000 on creating data storage services in Hastings in the next three months, and will then look for a larger, permanent facility in Hawke&#8217;s Bay with a tier 2.5 or higher rating. In a statement announcing the initiative, the company refers to the planned centre as a data storage centre, rather than a datacentre.

Features about VDI
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Offers Risks and Rewards

    After years of false starts, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) products are here. They work, and if implemented correctly they can deliver substantial cost savings to enterprise IT shops. What are the risks and rewards involved in embarking on a VDI implementation for your organization?

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