EVA project finalist @asLAN 2014

by | Oct 4, 2014

TAGS: ASLAN | Awards

The project of virtual desktops EVA was selected as a finalist in the @asLAN 2014 Awards in the category of Administrations and Public Organizations.

This initiative, promoted by the technological partner VirtualCable, has allowed virtualize the classrooms of free access of the University, in such a way that the students may have a desktop with everything necessary for the realization of their professional training through an Internet connection. In this way, mobility has been improved. Also the university staff uses this service both to access from home to the computing resources of the university, as well as to carry out training courses.

Benefits: Student mobility. Teleworking staff of the university. Workplace cost savings

Congreso asLAN.2014

About asLAN

@asLAN is the association of suppliers of network systems, Internet and telecommunications created in 1989 as a private venture with 24 pioneering companies. Its inception lies in the escalating trend of LAN´s and @asLAN mission statement is clear: “To promote and spread the use of new technologies within diverse business environments as well as generating value added services for all its associates.”

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