Computers in education used to be relegated to small, relatively easy to manage “labs” where students would attend specialized “computer” classes that involved basic computer interaction and word processing education. As technology has grown in our daily lives – most of us carry mobile computers in our pocket that would blow previous desktop technology out of the water – tying students to these technology “labs” is no longer tenable. Labs are being consumed and extended by VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) in education.

Students and teachers want access to