Devon IT, Inc., a leading thin client hardware and software provider, today announced it will present its thin client product lineup to senior IT executives in the education vertical at the 2010 Villanova University Technology Expo on Thursday, April 22. The event will be held at The Pavilion on Villanova’s campus.
Devon IT will feature its Citrix HDX Ready™ TC5X thin client, which offers students a true PC experience in the classroom; its TC2 thin client, perfect for running applications in libraries and computer labs; its SafeBook® E5400X mobile thin client, based on the Dell Latitude laptop platform; and its VDI Blaster™ software that repurposes PCs as thin clients to extend the life of desktop computers.
“IT pros in all industries, including higher education and K-12 schools, are realizing that expensive, virus-prone, and traditional PCs are not the only option in desktop computing anymore. Thin client and hosted desktop technologies have advanced tremendously and can stream applications and video to multiple locations without sacrificing performance. This allows IT managers to save time and money by managing multiple desktops from one location, all while eliminating students’ abilities to download spyware, malware, and viruses. We are excited to share our findings with the vendors and IT pros from across the country at Villanova.”
– Joe Makoid, President, Devon IT
The Villanova University Technology Expo brings together over 700 IT executives from nearly 70 colleges, universities, and K-12 schools nationwide to network and discuss new trends in technology. For more information on the event, please visit http://www.unit.villanova.edu/techfair/.
Devon IT’s technical engineers routinely offers technical demonstrations and webinars for the media, and is available to comment on all topics relating to thin clients, alternative desktop solutions, desktop and server virtualization, and cloud computing. More information about the company’s hardware and software solutions are available at www.devonit.com.
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