“With Nomad and remote distribution we were able to come up with a really elegant solution to be able to do OSD over the WAN.“
Sumeeth Evans , VP Information Technology, Pedcor
Now that Windows XP is dead, even ‘last mover’ enterprises are gearing up for the big move to Windows 7 or 8.
For many, this migration starts a lot like the last one, with manual processes and tens of thousands of desk-side visits. Soon they realize that the old migration model won’t work this time. The Windows OS image is too big, there are far too many apps out there and users just won’t accept the disruption.
We have an automated approach to Windows migration that will get you and your users to Windows 7 or 8 in a fraction of the time and cost – and with minimal user frustration or business disruption.
“So far we have reclaimed more than 185,000 installations within just a few months of deploying AppClarity covering 15,000 PCs and laptops; that’s an average of 16 applications per user.“
Cobie Nel, IM Service Manager Applications, Sasol Group Services
Do have a true view of software usage in your IT environment? IT vendors are getting more predatory about software license audits. If you’re passive about it, you’re the prey. If you’re active, you’ll save millions and fly through your audits (they hate that). Through astute software asset management we can help you manage your software proactively and show the auditors the door.
When planning to migrate to Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, too many businesses plan to simply replicate the strategy from previous versions. That means duplicating the entire existing architecture whether it is needed or not. We’d like to show you how you can avoid all that waste, both in terms of budget and effort.
“Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and 1E’s suite of tools create a powerful way to manage the complexities and expense of today’s IT environment. Together they give IT managers the tools they need to derive higher value and efficiency from their IT infrastructure.“
Brad Anderson, Corporate VP, Microsoft