KT Corporation, based in Seongnam, South Korea, sought to expand its telecommunication services to include cloud-based services. First, KT offered cloud services to corporate customers. Then it wanted to expand to individual broadband and mobile services subscribers. To achieve this, KT is using Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V virtualization technologies to take advantage of Remote Desktop Services. It is using the session virtualization scenario and deploying Remote Desktop Session Host servers to offer Microsoft Office 2013 to subscribers to access remotely. By using the centralized management console built into Windows Server 2012, IT staff expects to reduce the time to install session-based desktops. They also expects to reduce hardware and network costs while launching a new service that boosts its competitive advantage in the cloud-services market.