School Board Receives Top Marks With Microsoft Application Virtualization

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Executive Summary

Spanning 12,365 square kilometres and serving 15,000 students, the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario (CDSBEO) found it challenging to efficiently manage PCs across 50 schools. Distance was a constant issue: technicians spent up to an hour driving to each school for application repairs, which delayed resolutions and kept the IT department from completing other tasks. The board sought a streamlined desktop management process. With help from Microsoft Gold Certified Partner WolfBridge TSS, CDSBEO implemented Microsoft Application Virtualization. Now applications are housed on a central server and presented in a virtualized environment on PCs. This helped enhance application availability, and saved time and money. The solution also facilitated IT-teacher relations, ensuring educators and students had consistent access to technologies important to the education process.

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