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 Terminal Server  

 

SPOTLIGHT

ACTION  
Establish a terminal server system on campus.  Citrix is a centrally managed, terminal server system used on campus that allows students and faculty to access Windows-based applications from remote locations.  Students have the convenience of accessing the system from their own computers in their own residence halls.  SRU spent $385,964 of Technology Fee resources on the acquisition and implementation of the Citrix project. 

MEASURE  
Success is evidenced by the increased number of users to the system

UPDATE  
Established a terminal server system on campus.  Since Citrix’s inception in Spring 2006, 1,568 users have accessed the system. (2006)

UPDATE    
For the 2007-2008 Academic year, 1961 users have logged onto the system, an increase of 20% since it's inception in spring 2006. There were 20,227 Citrix application sessions.
(2007)

UPDATE  
For the 2008-2009 Academic year, 1676 users have logged onto the system.  A decrease of 14% from 2007.  There were 18,118 Citrix application sessions. 
(2008)

UPDATE 
For the 2009-2010 Academic year, 1639 users have logged onto the system.  A decrease of 2.21% from 2008.  There were 15,881 Citrix application sessions. The Citrix system has proven its capabilities and reached its peak performance in 2007.  This goal is achieved. 
(2009)

UPDATE 
For the 2010-2011 Academic year, 1834 users have logged onto the system.  An increase of 11.88% from 2009.  There were 17,123 Citrix application sessions
(2010)