Virtual desktop infrastructure is used in Rhode Island to allow students to access educational software from labs, classrooms and elsewhere. Eventually, officials say, the goal is for students to be able to access the resources from home. For some, virtual desktop infrastructure is seen as a way to better deploy bring-your-own-device programs, and a district in Kansas has successfully used VDI to cut costs and lengthen the life of their computers and other technology.

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