Richland School District Two Acquires 30,000 Licenses of Ericom AccessNow for VMware View

DAN SHAPPIR on July 29, 2014 | 1

From the press release:

Richland School District Two has licensed Ericom AccessNow for VMware View, for use by its 30,000 students and staff. Ericom AccessNow for VMware View will be deployed across its 35 K-12 schools, as part of the South Carolina districts “1 TWO 1” computing initiative for making a computer available to each student in grades three through 12

Ericom AccessNow can provide access to Windows desktops and applications from a wide variety of end-point devices, including Laptops, iPads, Android Tablets and Chromebooks. Ericom AccessNow runs wholly within any HTML5 compatible browser on all these platforms, and does not require any client software installation on the end-user device, significantly reducing IT support costs and workload. It is an ideal solution for Richland School District Two and other K-12 school districts seeking to easily and cost-effectively provide access to virtual desktops from anywhere and using any device.

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