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VDI Done Differently: A Case Study - Town of Lincoln, Massachusetts
by Virtual Computer, Inc.

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Published on: May 16, 2011
Type of content: CASE STUDY
Format: Unknown
Length: 4 pages
Price: FREE

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How did one man manage the entire desktop infrastructure of Lincoln, Massachusetts? A near-constant demand for physical desktop support meant high inefficiency for critical public works. This brief case study reveals how IT director Chuck Miller moved his town forward to a hardware refresh and Windows 7 migration by leveraging desktop virtualization.


Miller selected a solution that provided him with the centralized management for virtual desktops while preserving the economics and simplicity of his current PC-based computing model. A centralized virtual desktop model can provide the proactive and personal support local and remote users need while realizing significant savings for years to come.

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