Ever the trend-setter on the cutting edge of library technology, Cleveland Public Library is planning to give every patron the ability to create a virtual desktop that can be used wherever and whenever a patron visits the library. The technology necessary to make this possible is called MyCloud, and it is coming to CPL in May. CPL describes the benefits this service will provide to its patrons as follows: "it will give patrons the power to create their own computing world, just as if they were using their own laptop or desktop computers. Patrons can access MyCloud through a desktop-like device called a “thin client,” which will be available anywhere in the library for both collaborative and quiet work experiences. Patrons’ MyCloud virtual desktops will also allow them to use powerful software applications, such as Photoshop and business management applications." (See Press Release). This launch is being made in conjunction with CPL's creation of a "Tech Central" downtown with 123 computer workstations. Id.