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Windows Servicing Suite Overview

Managing Windows endpoints is a time-consuming and complex activity. Most organizations have to rebuild computers to fix end user reported issues on a regular basis. In a large organization, that could be thousands of rebuilds every year.

Besides these “break/fix” rebuilds, IT teams also have migrate users to new computers, provision new computers for new hires and handle major upgrade projects such as Windows 10.

Windows Servicing Suite, simplifies and accelerates Windows management for all these scenarios through automation.  This video demonstrates how the WSS, built from 20 years’ experience and 350 Windows migrations, solves these common IT headaches.

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