It’s a pleasure to announce our most recent partnership with Schneider Electric. One of the great joys of 1E is providing companies with safer, faster, better ways to upgrade their OS.

Even multinational companies like Schneider Electric have their struggles and that’s where 1E makes a difference. Like a gallant knight on a white horse, 1E swiftly implements Nomad (to help with upgrading Configuration Manager to prep for Windows 10), saves the princess in the tower, and everyone lives happily ever after in their (fully automated) fairytale.

I use the fairytale reference to illustrate how good it all sounds and how good it truly is. The amount of work required on the customer side is close to nothing — doesn’t that qualify as being pretty much magical?

“Nomad integration allowed us to remove approximately 400  distribution points,” says Michal Lackovic, a program manager at Schneider Electric. “This meant our infrastructure required less support and complexity was reduced by 90%.” Here’s Michal explaining more about the collaboration:

Because 2017 is the year that most companies are doing a Windows 10 upgrade, Schneider Electric was able to kill two birds with one 1E stone: thanks to Nomad.

Nomad is the tool required to supercharge Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager. To ensure efficient, controlled content distribution without network disruption, Nomad empowers countless other preeminent companies.

Read more about our exciting collaboration in the case study here.



Want to write for 1E? Want to be a part of a quickly growing environment fostering the ideas and expertise of Microsoft MVPs? Not an MVP? You can still apply to write for us here. We can’t wait to hear what you’ve got to say!

1200x627



SHARE
Mandy Fisher
Mandy Fisher is the 1E blog editor-in-chief. She is a journalist, actor, and content creator. She has been seen on Broadway, in magazines like Real Simple, as well as sites like Mashable, USA Today, and Forbes. Photos and videos are all her own. She lives in New York City and drinks too much coffee.