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The goal of the T2 Tech Blog is to provide insightful information, best practice recommendations, training resources, and peer-to-peer engagement surrounding modern-day information technology, with a focus on virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). For the benefit of all of our members, we ask that you abide by the following guidelines:

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