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University Business, May 2011

The VMware View Client for the Apple iPad enables users to access their Windows desktops, applications, and data from anywhere, virtually. Combined with VMware View, the VMware View Client delivers a desktop optimized for the high-resolution, multi-touch display of the iPad. It's available for free in the Apple App Store. Visit


The Planar d82L display from Planar Systems is designed to reduce installation and maintenance costs for digital signage applications by eliminating extra service costs that can be associated with thicker displays. At 3.9 inches deep, the d82L is the thinnest 82-inch LCD on the market. Its high-definition 1080p display delivers a sharp and clear picture, and 600 nits of brightness optimizes performance in high-ambient light environments. A secure AccessConsole has a built-in MediaMountTM that stores media players or other hardware, and built-in network control and RS-232 allows users to remotely monitor operation. The display is priced at $36,000 before integration charges. Visit


TeamDynamixHE 7, the updated version of the TeamDynamix web-based project and portfolio management (PPM) software for higher education IT professionals, offers new tools to meet IT governance needs. Version 7 utilizes a centralized system aimed at making PPM more accessible and personal for all users, regardless of their understanding of the principles and practices of project and portfolio management. The new version also features new planning and reporting tools, added time-saving capabilities, and user-interface enhancements. User licenses and implementation start at $13,500. Learn more at


Atlona Technologies' AT-DRC444 multi-input presentation switcher provides full control over projectors or displays. The device, priced at $1,299, features three separate audio and video switching platforms, with an audio input accompanying each video input. A microphone input allows users to mix the microphone signal with the main audio for a talk-over effect. The switcher is designed to be controlled via RS232/RS485 outputs. Control via third-party control systems is aided with an RS232 input. Learn more at