|By Business Wire||
|May 14, 2014 09:12 AM EDT||
1E, the global leader in IT cost optimization, has today announced its SCCM 2012 Migration solution, giving enterprises a fast and cost-effective way to migrate from Microsoft System Center 2007 Configuration Manager (SCCM) before Microsoft Standard Support ends in July 2014.
Leveraging 1E’s Nomad – the leading software, patch and OS deployment solution for SCCM – the solution has a proven capability to eliminate the need for more than 95 percent of distribution points and secondary servers for a typical SCCM implementation, through its peer-to-peer distribution model.
One global bank has already used the Nomad-based migration solution to radically streamline its SCCM design, reducing the number of distribution points from 7,500 to roll out with just 40. This approach not only reduces the server footprint, but delivers substantial cost-savings and dramatically reduces deployment time.
Sumir Karayi, CEO of 1E, comments: “With Microsoft’s Standard Support for SCCM 2007 ending in July 2014, there is increased urgency for organizations to migrate to SCCM 2012. The tendency for a new Config Manager deployment is to take the existing environment and replicate it, but this results in a highly inefficient and costly process. The 1E SCCM 2012 Migration solution delivers on our mission to help organizations run IT for less, providing a fast and effective way to migrate to SCCM 2012 that delivers transformative savings, while simplifying the management of IT through automation.”
Nomad provides a cost effective, low-touch method to efficiently manage software deployment across the organization. It improves resilience and bandwidth efficiency across the IT estate, while providing ease of deployment to remote locations and fully automated systems management throughout the entire process.
1E is demonstrating its SCCM 2012 migration capabilities at TechEd North America 2014 (Booth 1801) this week, alongside 1E’s complete product portfolio, which is designed to find and eliminate unused IT to deliver ongoing transformational savings and efficiencies.
Find out more about SCCM Migration with 1E at: http://www.1e.com/sccm-2012-migration/
1E is changing the world of IT and empowering organizations to run IT for less. Its suite of disruptive IT operations management tools save billions, solve problems and simplify the management of large, complex IT environments – in record time. Designed with a singular focus to help drive down costs, 1E’s solutions include tools for IT asset management, Windows systems management and BYOPC.
1E’s solutions have helped more than 1,700 organizations in 42 countries save a total of $10 billion in IT costs and created heroes out of countless IT executives who have delivered proven value to their organizations since deployment. For more information, please visit: www.1e.com
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