Giveaway: Go Green and win a Mac

Universities, colleges, technical schools, and school districts looking to achieve energy efficiency and adopt green computing methods are invited to participate in this giveaway. The winners will receive green Mac desktops—a total of 20 energy efficient Thin Clients, 20 concurrent
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Universities, colleges, technical schools, and school districts looking to achieve energy efficiency and adopt green computing methods are invited to participate in this giveaway. The winners will receive green Mac desktops—a total of 20 energy-efficient Thin Clients, 20 concurrent connections of the Aqua Connect Terminal Server and a year of maintenance and support. Deadline: May 31, 2009.

Sponsors: Aqua Connect, Inc. and BOSaNOVA, Inc.

Award: a Mac Terminal Services Thin Client Lab, and over $17,000 of green technology including licenses and maintenance for the Aqua Connect Terminal Server and BOSaNOVA Thin Clients.

For more information and to submit entries, please visit www.edugogreen.com.

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