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PC Double Duty for K-12 - How two districts reach more students with fewer PCs

PC Double Duty for K-12 - How two districts reach more students with fewer PCs

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Thursday May 6, 2010 | 1 pm PST / 4 pm EST

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Hear firsthand from two K-12 districts that have expanded the number of students it reaches with each PC significantly. This webinar explores a simple solution these disticts use that can double computing resources within an existing budget by enabling each PC to reach up to 10 students. While students and teachers experience their familiar computing experience, the districts leverage computing investments, streamline IT management, and increase power efficiency.

Attend this webinar to discover why this new solution has been such a cost-effective choice, how smoothly it can be implemented even by non-technical staff, and how it has impacted computing effectiveness throughout the two school districts featured.

* Powered USB hub required to connect 10 users. Number of users supported and performance will vary with hardware, application(s) and environment. Test your applications to determine an appropriate number of users per host PC. Support for up to 24 users with Academic Edition only (available soon).

Presenters

Kyle Berger, Executive Director of Technology Services, Alvarado Independent School District - Alvarado, TX
Dave Moon, Technology Coordinator, Sultan School District - Sultan, WA
Mike Belcher, Education Solutions Manager, HP WW Desktop Solutions Organization

To view the Alvarado ISD video discussed in this webinar, click here. To view the Sultan School District video, click here.