Phoenix Central Schools sought to create a more manageable desktop experience. With 1,200 endpoints across three school buildings, and only three technicians to manage them, they were asking each technician to maintain and manage well over 500 desktops individually. By moving to a thin client-based virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), the Phoenix IT team is now able to focus on creating a master image and providing that master image to all users’ computers.
The VDI solution has simplified endpoint management and put Phoenix in a position to accomplish solutions and updates quicker, and they can now deliver a consistent end user experience no matter where a teacher or student logs in.
Theodore Love, Director of Technology for the Phoenix Central School District, explains how the efficiencies gained through VDI have transformed desktop computing, as well as the function of the IT team, at Phoenix Schools.
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