Polish schools have been dealing with computerisation for years now. Recently, the process has gained in importance as well as becoming subject to a growing number of requirements. Schools are forced to increase the numbers of their computer stations to ensure they are available to as many pupils as possible. Yet schools are facing budget constraints which means that they can rarely afford new PC purchases or foot the growing bill for computer maintenance.

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Replacing aging computers with affordable virtualized desktops

When Thomas Hoover joined the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, he brought valuable IT leadership expertise including first-hand experience with successful desktop virtualization. The Associate Vice Chancellor and CIO of UTC came from Pepperdine University, where desktop virtualization had enabled the school to outfit labs, classrooms and the library with thin clients for a third of the cost of PCs.


Amity University has multi-faceted IT requirements–from running administrative applications to powering their computer labs. When their old, PC-based labs required a facelift, they decided to go for a more reliable, scalable and flexible computing setup. NComputing won hands-down as it offered a technically superior solution at a fraction of the expected costs.


Thousands of rural students in Tamil Nadu, India get access to high performance computing

In its pursuit to provide the best-in-class education to students in the rural district of Pudukkotta, Tamil Nadu, Sudharsan Group of Institution recently established four high-performance computer labs by deploying NComputing N400 HDX-ready SoC Thin Clients in Citrix VDI-in-a-Box Desktop Virtualization environment.


Located in Patna, Bihar, the Centre of Excellence (CoE) is a public-private partnership initiative intended to support the training and capacity building needs of the state’s youth. Because the first two groups of Bihar government officials were ready to undergo training, CoE sought a quick-to-deploy computing solution that was both affordable and energy-efficient, and required less space. The effort led to the establishment of the region’s most eco-friendly training facility.


Virtual desktops from NComputing create multiple workstations from just a few computers

Computers in classrooms have become an important part of education. It is clear that the use of digital media as well as personal computer training encourages independent learning on the Internet.



The Globe is a public elementary school in de Tarwewijk, located in the Charlois district of Rotterdam. The school was established in August 1995 through the merger of two schools: Dubbelspoor, on Zwartewaal Street, and Dubbeldekker, on Den Hertig Street. The two locations employ a total of 58 staff serving 425 students. The Globe is a diverse school open to everyone, with respect for all cultural and religious backgrounds.


De Globe is een openbare basisschool die in de Tarwewijk ligt in de Rotterdamse deelgemeente Charlois. De school staat open voor iedereen, met respect voor ieders culturele en/of levens-beschouwelijke achtergrond. De naam De Globe is in augustus 1995 ingevoerd na de fusie van de scholen Dubbelspoor aan de Zwartewaalstraat en De Dubbeldekker aan de Den Hertigstraat. De keuze viel op de naam De Globe omdat de leerlingen uit alle delen van de wereld afkomstig zijn en bijna 40 verschillende nationaliteiten hebben.