Starting August 30, Princeton Virtual Desktops (PVD) will be the University's new solution for accessing Student Labs and other academic software. The service gives all faculty, researchers, students and staff access to a suite of software anytime, anywhere and on any device.
The new Princeton Virtual Desktops (PVD) service provides online access to student software. PVD replaces campus cluster computers and the previous Apporto/Vi-Lab service (which will end on Sept 15). To learn more, go to princeton.edu/LearnPVD.