Recently, Brian Graham, Randy Kryzston and I got to work with Baseline Magazine to put together an article about how and why TJSL went about using VMware and Teradici to virtualize 99% of the dekstops on campus.
In early 2010, the opportunity to radically change the computing model presented itself when TJSL began constructing a new facility to house its faculty, staff and 1,000 students.
We began testing remote desktop virtualization solutions. However, while many solutions were capable of handling standard office applications, every one we tested failed to adequately support the multimedia experience required in our environment.
The resulting story (PDF) was published just a few weeks back.