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Brian Seaman

Director of Technology

Western Wayne School District

HQ Phone:  (800) 321-9973

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Western Wayne School District

1970B Easton Turnpike

Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania,18436

United States

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Network Administrator

Wallenpaupack High School


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www.westernwayne.org

Brian Seaman


www.thewebhostingnews.com

"As a current customer who has deployed Wyse cloud client computing solutions with Dell PowerEdge servers and Dell EqualLogic storage, Western Wayne School District is excited about the combination of Dell and Wyse," said Brian Seaman, Network Administrator at Western Wayne School District in Pennsylvania.


www.tmcnet.com

"As a current customer who has deployed Wyse cloud client computing solutions with Dell PowerEdge servers and Dell EqualLogic storage, Western Wayne School District is excited about the combination of Dell and Wyse," said Brian Seaman, Network Administrator at Western Wayne School District in Pennsylvania.


blogs.vmware.com

"The move to virtualization was driven by the need to meet limited budget resources, while still meeting technological and educational needs for students and faculty," said Brian Seaman, Network Administrator, Western Wayne School District.


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- Brian Seaman, Network Administrator, Western Wayne School District
VMware End-User Computing


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