The projected $18,614 in annual savings Kiwibank cites from turning those systems off comes from estimates that resulted from a separate assessment with models and analytics the consultant used, which are different from those 1E deployments, Petelo says.
Kiwibank chose Nightwatchman and WakeUp because 1E’s power and patch management programs are compatible with Microsoft’s configuration management system, which the bank uses for asset management, Petelo says. “No other solution in the market is as tightly integrated,” she says. “Nightwatchman and WakeUp could work on their own, but they also integrate very well with” System Center Configuration Manager.
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