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  • Scales from single classroom to country-wide deployments Removes the need for local ICT skills Replaces unreliable devices with reliable ones Uses 1/10th the power in the classroom Reduces cost
  • Power-Remote schools have poor maintenance and infrastructure Classrooms have limited power plugs etc We can run 25 users off 1 plug circuit due to low power requirements. Also have ability to run all units and LCD on 12volt source Power-Even at Universities like Stellenbosch that are well maintained they have seen huge savings in Utility bills. Less heat generated from devices required less air conditioning etc
  • Too big and bulkyUnreliable – moving parts – fans, hard drivesApplications need to be localHigh energy useNot secure, from theft, viruses, data theft
  • Too big and bulkyUnreliable – moving parts – fans, hard drivesApplications need to be localHigh energy useNot secure, from theft, viruses, data theft
  • Windows MultiPoint Server is Microsoft’s entry in the Shared Resource Computing (SRC) category. Like other SRC solutions, WMS 2011 enables multiple users to simultaneously share the processing power of one host computer. However, with WMS 2011 teachers and students each have their own independent and familiar Windows 7 experience
  • If we break down this first category… here are the benefits.
  • Now let’s look at the second category of benefits: Engaged students, empowered educators. In other words, WMS 2011 will enable you to:Orchestrate personalized learning experiences for studentsDeliver a robust learning environment in which students are using up-to-date technologyHelp teachers and students become productive with the technology quickly with less time required for basic training – because the Windows experience is familiar and easy to use
  • Teachers use MultiPoint Manager for classroom orchestration. In this easy-to-use interface, teachers use the Desktops tab to monitor and guide the activity on each student desktop. The teacher can view thumbnails of each station’s desktop.He or she can then select one or more thumbnails and take actions such as:Enlarge the selected thumbnail(s)Restrict internet access for selected desktopsLaunch or close a particular application Broadcast the teachers desktop to selected desktops (“watch me”)Broadcast the selected desktopsto all desktops (“look what Johnny is doing”Similar actions can be taken for all connected stations at once.
  • With WMS 2011, students can take advantage of many of the basic Windows 7 features and experiences.They can use Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player, Windows Search, Paint and moreUSB 2.0 audio headsets and private USB 2.0 storage can be available at their stationTwo student desktops can run on one large monitor – with each student still using their own keyboard and mouse. This can be a great collaboration technique.Students can customize their desktop to personalize the Start menu, change task bar icons, and moreA student can log-on to their personal desktop from any station
  • Let’s look more closely at how Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 can provide a simple but effective technology solution that works for the teachers and the IT staff you have in place.First, keep in mind that because there are fewer physical computers in a shared resource computing solution than in a 1:1 model, the solution is already likely to be much easier to manage and support, but the WMS 2011 solution offers more…
  • Scales from single classroom to country-wide deployments Removes the need for local ICT skills Replaces unreliable devices with reliable ones Uses 1/10th the power in the classroom Reduces cost

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  • 1. Latest developments in ICT delivery and student accesswyse.com
  • 2. Agenda • Opportunities and Challenges • Cloud computing in an educational context • 10 steps to educational ICT that works • Classroom lab solutions – shared computing – One-to-one computing • Q&ASlide 2© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 3. The ICT empowered student • Treats technology as a tool, not an objective • Already uses cloud computing technology in personal life • Is confident in his or her ICT useSlide 3© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 4. The ICT empowered student …and will take these as a tool, not • Treats technology skills into an objective the workplace • Already uses cloud computing technology in personal life • Is confident in his or her ICT use Public Entrepreneur Business ServiceSlide 4© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 5. Early Access: The ICT Priority Become an Early access Join the global Gain key skills empowered to ICT community citizen Local vs. GlobalSlide 5© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 6. Constraining factors for ICT-enhanced learning Bandwidth is limited 16.5% Zambia Financial resources are lacking 10.5% Zambia Human resource capacity is inadequate 10.5% South Africa Electricity is limited 10.5% Nigeria Appropriate training is lacking 8% Kenya Appropriate hardware is lacking 7.5% Tanzania Lack of trained teachers 6% South Africa Appropriate software is lacking 5.5% Tanzania Political will is lacking 4.5% Nigeria Corruption and theft of resources 4% Uganda Lack of good quality educational content 4% Tanzania Pressure of poverty 3.5% Kenya Sustainability is not prioritised 3.5% Kenya Leadership is lacking 3.5% Nigeria Instability and lack of security 1% South AfricaSlide 6© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 7. 20th century classroom technology • assumed plentiful resources • was not designed to meet sustainability requirements. 3 year typical 100 watt power 3yr service life requirement Not suited to Skills required for unreliable power installation and supplies maintenanceSlide 7© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 8. Agenda • Opportunities and Challenges • Cloud computing in an educational context • 10 steps to educational ICT that works • Classroom lab solutions – shared computing – One-to-one computing • Q&ASlide 8© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 9. Cloud Computing: Definition Using internet technologies to deliver ICT as a flexible serviceSlide 9© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 10. Cloud Computing in actionSlide 10© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 11. Cloud computing in a classroom ICT context Cloud client computing Traditional in-school ICT Multiple school sites 1/10th the More reliable Reduced cost powerSlide 11© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 12. Agenda • Opportunities and Challenges • Cloud computing in an educational context • 10 steps to educational ICT that works • Classroom lab solutions – shared computing – One-to-one computing • Q&ASlide 12© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 13. 1. Hardware: Security and theft • Easily secured • Useless without the network – no value to thieves • No local dataSlide 13© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 14. 2: Hardware: Power and infrastructure 25 users off 1 plug circuit due to low power requirements Power remote schools have limited power plugs Run all units and LCD Poor infrastructure on 12volt source Huge savings Poor maintenance in Utility bills Less heat generated from devices requires less air conditioningSlide 14© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 15. 3. Hardware: Economies of scale • 2 headsets per station to allow 2 users to share one desktop • More users can interface with thin clients where schools have limited resources for studentsSlide 15© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 16. 4. Hardware: Space Ergonomics and environment • Small form factor – ideal for labs and classrooms • Desk, wall or monitor mounted • Suitable for hostile environmentsSlide 16© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 17. 5. Hardware: Reliability Solid state technology Swap-out replacement Reduced support costs Noisy fans and discs Solid stateSlide 17© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 18. 6: Software: Viruses • Read-only operating system • Cannot be broken, infected or permanently modified by the user. READ ONLY Read OnlySlide 18© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 19. 7. Software: Rapid Deployment • Operating system treated as a file • Centralised installation and upgrade • Automatic deployment to remote sitesSlide 19© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 20. 8. Software: Controlled application interface • Only deliver the required applications • Keep students on task • Familiar user interfaceSlide 20© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 21. 9. Software: High End Computing • Required by all universities • Graphics, multimedia, VoIP and Skype etcSlide 21© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 22. 10. Software: Simplicity and support • Easy to support = highly sustainable • Centralised management • No local specialist ICT skills required Sustainable Easy to supportSlide 22© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 23. Cloud Client Computing Long Easy Very low power Centrally No service life to secure consumption managed moving partsSlide 23© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 24. Cloud Client Computing Long Sustainability power Centrally Easy Very low assessment No service life to secure consumption managed moving parts Economic  Environmental  Social Slide 24© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 25. Agenda • Opportunities and Challenges • Cloud computing in an educational context • 10 steps to educational ICT that works • Classroom lab solutions – shared computing – One-to-one computing • Q&ASlide 25© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 26. Education is key to sustained social and economic opportunity Enabling individuals to realize their full potential… …and nations to compete in a 21st century global marketplace26 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 27. But educators face multiple challenges to realize the promise of technology27 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 28. Shared Resource Computing (SRC) helps reduce the total cost of ownership for school computing • • ... HOST STATION 1 STATION 2 STATION 3 STATION X COMPUTER28 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 29. Instead of students taking turns on one computer or passively observing as one student operates the computer...29 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 30. Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 can give each student an independent and personalized computing experience30 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 31. Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 Key Benefits • More Computing at • Lower Total Cost of • Acquisition and Ownership31 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 32. Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 Key Benefits • Engaged Students, Emp owered • Educators •32 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 33. Easily monitor and guide student usage33 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 34. Provide Students the Latest Windows 7 Experience • • • • • • • •34 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 35. Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 Key Benefits • Simple Technology, • Working for You • •35 © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • 36. Agenda Opportunities and Challenges Cloud computing in an educational context 10 steps to educational ICT that works Classroom lab solutions • shared computing • One-to-one computing Q&ASlide 36© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 37. One to One computing with Wyse WSM Central datacentre Wired/wireless/satellite communications Multiple school sitesSlide 37© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 38. Cloud PCs • High performance • Solid state – no moving parts • Low energy consumption – 15 wattsSlide 38© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 39. Franklin McKinley School District • High levels of poverty • Students live next to great IT companies but have no access to IT Silicon Valley Franklin McKinley School DistrictSlide 39© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 40. Franklin McKinley School District School district HQ, datacentre Mobile cloud PCs Cloud PCs X 18 schoolsSlide 40© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 41. Franklin McKinley School District School district HQ, datacentre Mobile cloud PCs Cloud PCs X 18 schoolsSlide 41© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 42. Franklin McKinley School District - Applications School district HQ, datacentre Mobile thin client Thin clients X 18 schoolsSlide 42© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 43. Franklin McKinley School District – the result School district HQ, datacentre Mobile cloud PCs Thin clients 2,320 440 1,880 Wyse cloud PCs Mobile thin Cloud PCs and thin clients clients in total Dramatic More increase in motivated technology scores students X 18 schoolsSlide 43© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved
  • 44. Agenda Opportunities and Challenges Cloud computing in an educational context 10 steps to educational ICT that works Classroom lab solutions • shared computing • One-to-one computing Q&ASlide 44© 2012 Wyse Technology. All Rights Reserved