[caption id="attachment_45868" align="alignleft" width="150"]Desktop virtualization holds promises for K-12 education. Desktop virtualization holds promises for K-12 education.[/caption]

Moving from the current use of desktop and laptop computers to a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) creates many possibilities for teaching and learning.

Imagine the possibilities if teachers could gain improved access to new software, software updates, and web-based resources that support teaching and learning. With VDI, when a division approves software for use, then teachers could gain access to the software overnight. This access could be provided to teachers throughout a division, or to particular groups of...

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