Mobilizing and Enabling the Delivery of Higher Education

Conducted on Friday, December 4, 2015

Presented by GovConnection IT | Sponsored by: E&I Cooperative Services

This webinar was conducted on December 14th, 2015 – You must be registered/logged in to view this information.

Today’s higher ed IT managers must solve a number of unique challenges to support the needs of the modern classroom – whether students are learning 3D graphic design in a computer lab, or checking the latest exam results on their mobile devices. Faculty members are faced with a different set of challenges in delivering courses, depending on the complexity of applications required, especially for advanced computer science and engineering courses.

This webinar illustrates how VMware’s cloud based desktop solution will help you meet these challenges efficiently and cost-effectively.

Explore specific services available through the E&I GovConnection contract, to help you plan, implement, and manage technology solutions on campus. Learn of a number of higher ed case studies comparing traditional VDI to cloud based VDI solutions. You’ll come away with enough knowledge to make informed decisions about next steps to prepare your organization for the inevitable changes in desktop and application delivery.

Tony D’Ancona, Vice President, Services, PC Connection
Lisa Trisciani, Vice President, Field Sales, GovConnection
Jay Elis, Gantech

Discussion topics:

  • Technology based initiatives for higher ed
  • VMware’s Horizon Air cloud-based desktop solution
  • Value of cloud-based desktops
  • Actual higher ed virtual desktop use cases, both on-premises and in the cloud
  • Strategies for planning, implementation and managed services for optimal adoption and performance

Who should participate:
IT Directors, IT Managers, Desktop Administrators, Distance Learning, Cloud Infrastructure Technologists

Help us facilitate contract awareness, education and utilization by forwarding this webinar to your campus peers, as well as your campus IT departments and staff.

This webinar was conducted on December 14th, 2015 – You must be registered/logged in to view this information.


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