Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 - An educational solution coming 1st-half 2010

Microsoft introducing its newest entry into shared resource computing category with “Windows MultiPoint Server 2010,” an educational solution that extends reach of technology in learning environments like classrooms, labs, and libraries by allowing multiple users to leverage resources of a single computer, giving more students access to Windows technology that can help them to learn, […]

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Microsoft introducing its newest entry into shared resource computing category with “Windows MultiPoint Server 2010,” an educational solution that extends reach of technology in learning environments like classrooms, labs, and libraries by allowing multiple users to leverage resources of a single computer, giving more students access to Windows technology that can help them to learn, share, produce, communicate and positively impact their future employability. Designed for educational institutions with limited IT resources, Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 enables schools to access technology at a lower overall total cost of ownership with lower ongoing operations costs per user. Faced with ever-tightening budgets in classroom, availability of Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 will give all of those in education world from policymakers to students an open door to limitless opportunities that only magic of technology can make possible. Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 will be available to schools around the world in first half of 2010.

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