Higher Ed CIO: VDI Mobility For 50% Less Than PCs

Posted by Dion Baird on Sep 10, 2015

Dion Baird is the CIO at Clackamas Community College, one of the largest community colleges in Oregon serving approximately 25,800 students, including 7,000 full-time equivalents. Baird's vision is to modernize the school's outdated PCs with a new virtual desktop infrastructure that will give students mobile access to Windows applications. Here's the kicker: he's planning to offer this expanded access to educational resources while cutting Windows desktop delivery costs in half AND making his IT team more efficient. He explains how in this guest blog.

I joined Clackamas about a year and a half ago and am really glad to be part of the CCC family. The college is well-known for its vocational programs, particularly nursing and machining, which are two of the strongest programs in the Pacific Northwest.

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