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Why Managed Services, Why NOW

March 25, 2009

According to The Gartner Group, a typical company can save up to $1,400 per year per desktop by improving its desktop management processes. For unmanaged desktops, it’s even higher, $2,200 per year per desktop. Systems Management has helped companies reduce the risk of software audits and Business Software Alliance (BSA) fines while lowering hardware inventory and software license costs.

With the tightening of belts around IT budgets, CTO’s and IT Directors are having do much more with less. No more can companies affort to fly in staff to resolve issues that can be done remotely.

  • Have your license codes and software in excel..
  • How much time does it take for you to find a license key or pull an asset report?
  • How accurate is it?
  • How many times have you purchased new software for a user when the same application is licensed to someone else that has not even used the application?

If your not leveraging System Management to eliminate wasted time and money, increase your time to resolve, allow your workforce to access your networks from anywhere and ultimately impact bottom line your missing out big!

Good investors lead or follow the Blue Chips.

Verizon Business is offering its managed wireless-LAN service internationally for the first time, a move the carrier says will help companies broaden the reach of their LANs in a secure, managed environment.

“The addition of Cisco gear will make it available in 28 countries in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, the company says. Previously, the managed WLAN service had relied on Aruba Networks gear and was available only in the United States. “
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