Today’s education leaders and staff are highly mobile and use a variety of means for accessing Windows and their applications. They expect the same experience no matter how they access them. Traditional approaches for roaming this experience no longer meet the needs of this new, flexible workstyle. They either require too much time and effort by the users, or don’t work well when staff roam in environments that include physical and virtual applications and desktops. To help education staff remain productive in however they choose to work, IT needs a simple, efficient way to provide users with a consistent Windows and application experience.

Microsoft User Experience Virtualization is an enterprise-scale user state virtualization solution that delivers a user’s personal Windows experience across many devices, is simple for IT to deploy, and easily integrates with existing management tools.

As part of the Microsoft Schools Agreement with the New Zealand Ministry of Education, primary and secondary schools are currently licensed for the current version of the Microsoft Desktop Optimisation Pack - contact your technology provider for more information on how you can deploy this solution within your school.

Visit here to view an article written by PCpro on Microsoft User Experience Virtualization.  

UE-V will be available in a future version of MDOP, but you can get the beta now to see how it can help your organization. Click here to download the beta (Windows Live ID required).

For more information on UE-V visit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/enterprise/products-and-technologies/mdop/ue-v.aspx