Filed Under:

  • Application: Virtualization
  • Market: Education, Education - Higher Edu

Highly standardized to include campus licenses for popular desktop applications such as Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite, Cape Cod’s desktops could only effectively be refreshed and upgraded once or twice a year – typically during winter break and in summer - when all of the desktops would be updated at once. Updating during periods of school operation would be disruptive, requiring the interruptions of manual intervention in each classroom and office. Reviewing their options, the school’s IT planners knew that virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) was where they wanted to go. They just needed a cost effective, scalable and flexible path for achieving the results they wanted.