(this was originally posted in August, 2011)
Presented by: Allen Clasen
Imagine your company’s headcount grew by 54% and you had to build eleven new offices. Now, imagine that your IT staff hasn’t grown. (Or worse, shrunk!) And imagine that your 17,000 tech users range in age from 6-18 years old and share computers. This is precisely the scenario that Allen Clasen at Oswego Community Unit School District (CUSD) works in. Despite those circumstances, Oswego is innovating its computing infrastructure and has become a model--not just in education--but for enterprises as well. Clasen and his team have moved the organization’s twenty buildings to the cloud with virtualization and are creating a sustainable computing infrastructure that allows his employees to gain remote access and to bring their own devices. The result: a significant increase in end-user productivity and academic progress. Learn how Oswego has virtualized its entire infrastructure, replaced PCs with zero clients, and uses a best-in-class mixed environment.
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