We've previously posted on Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 regarding the new features available to teachers and administrators. Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 is the latest version of the clever technology that allows you to share one computer between multiple students - saving money on hardware, power and IT management costs. It's an ideal solution when it's coming up to hardware replacement time - or where you need additional computers to supplement access for a 1:1 scheme. There are even domain join options and RDP support for enabling Windows sessions on old desktops/laptops or Mac.
The kind of places it's popping up are in computer labs, libraries and in activity centers within classrooms or kiosk environments.
Take a look at the multitude of reasons targeted at meeting the needs of educators and IT staff through the respective links to our datasheets.
HP's MultiSeat bundles provide all the required hardware to setup a solution running on Windows Multipoint Server 2011. One of the best things about these bundles are the T200 Zero Clients, providing excellent streamlined plug-n-play computing connectivity – fully configured with no networking or software to load.
Learn more about HP Multiseat bundles and other HP education offerings at http://h20427.www2.hp.com/services/education/nz/en/desktopsforschools.html
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