Managing the Rising Costs of PCs: Virtual Desktops and Zero Clients
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Course Registration Fee: Lex Mundi member firms - No Charge
This course is available to Lex Mundi members only.
Do you want your firm to save money, make things more secure, be able to deploy software regularly with ease and make your lawyers happy?
Join us to learn how one Lex Mundi member firm, Bernstein Shur (USA, Maine), moved to a new way of delivering secure, reliable and efficient desktop computers. It uses “zero-client” Personal Computers (PCs) - computers without a hard drive or fans which are “stateless” and lightweight – and a virtualized desktop infrastructure (VDI).
Matthew Kramer, Chief Information Officer at Bernstein Shur, will share why and how the firm moved to a 100% VDI with zero-client computers with seven to nine year life span.
What You Will Learn:
- The business reasons for making the move to a VDI and zero clients
- What you need to have in place to make the change
- Why the lawyers like it (and how you get them ready)
For more information on VDI click here to go to Lex Mundi’s Technology Central (If you need access: send an email request to Tech_Innovation@lexmundi.com)