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Virtualizing software and desktops throughout the University System of Maryland’s 100 locations will be a technological boon for more than just the 170,000 UMD students who will enjoy more flexible learning opportunities: Nearby school kids also will benefit.

In what is believed to be the largest such project of its kind in higher education, UMD officials have teamed up with Dell Inc. to make available premium software such as Pearson's MyMathLab and desktop and web publishing programs from Adobe...

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