OETC and Microsoft have put together a Desktop Virtualization webcast dedicated to our members. This will be a great time to ask any questions your district has as it relates to our solution. Registration is required and the link is conveniently provided below.Registration Link Date: May 26th 2011 from 2-3pm PST
- Windows Virtual Desktop Access (VDA)
A standard benefit of Software Assurance and a stand-alone subscription-based license which allows roaming access to Windows virtual machines (VMs) from thin clients, third party, and non-Windows-based devices.
- Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP):
MDOP offers a suite of technologies that can help reduce application management costs, instantly deliver virtualized applications, and better control desktop environments, enhancing IT responsiveness and user uptime.
- Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI):
VDI is an alternative desktop delivery model that allows users to access secure and centrally-managed desktops running in the datacenter.
- Licensing Overview of the above technologies