If you work in a library or nonprofit with a training lab or public access computers, you know that there is a great deal of time and expense dedicated to keeping them running. You also know that finding a solution that could save energy and reduce maintenance costs would be a great benefit to your organization.

One solution, Microsoft's Windows MultiPoint Server, allows one computer to serve several people in a lab or library with very low cost. To find out more, join our free webinar on Thursday, February 21 at 11 a.m. Pacific time, Windows MultiPoint Server: Lower Your Public Access PC Costs. During this free one-hour event, we will discuss how to get and set up Windows MultiPoint Server.

Register today as space is limited.

What Do Microsoft MultiPoint Server Users Think?

Librarians Joy Neal and Lane Fernando from La Conner Regional Library in Washington will be sharing their experience installing and using MultiPoint Server. This will be a great opportunity to hear about a MultiPoint Server lab in action.

How Would I Set Up the MultiPoint Server?

We will be hearing how to install, set-up and obtain the hardware you need for a Multipoint Server lab from Charles Brennick, nonprofit refurbisher from InterConnection in Seattle. InterConnection is one of two refurbishment partners in TechSoup's Refurbished Computer Initiative and worked with us recently to install and test Multipoint Server in two libraries and three charities.

Want to Learn More?

Check out the following articles and blog posts:

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