March 2010
UNIX Update;Mar2010, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p5
Trade Publication
The article discusses the implementation of the Userful virtual desktops of Userful Corporation in 30,000 schools worldwide. It is believed that Userful Corporation's multiseat Linux desktops are being used by more K-12 school district because of the savings it can provide for the hardware, maintenance, space and electricity. A discussion comparing Userful Corporation's virtual desktops with Microsoft Windows Multipoint Server 2010 is also presented.


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