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.
Success is evidenced by the increased number of users to the system
Established a terminal server system on campus. Since Citrix’s inception in Spring 2006, 1,568 users have accessed the system. (2006)
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.
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.
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.
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