With unique systems management capabilities, Dell Precision workstations, Latitude laptops and OptiPlex desktops are the most manageable systems in the industry. And, today we are proud to extend these leading-edge features to the Windows 8 operating system with the release of Dell Client Integration Pack 3.1 for Microsoft Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2012 SP1.
Touch is becoming a reality in enterprise, and this new plug-in helps customers seamlessly manage touch devices by enabling remote deployment of Windows 8 operating system (OS). Customers no longer have to “hand-install” the OS, but rather easily and automatically deploy using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012 console for Dell systems. New and existing features allow customers to:
Customers are wrapping up the evaluation and testing of touch systems with Windows 8 and now have the capability to seamlessly deploy and manage the OS on Dell’s portfolio of commercial systems, including:
We’re constantly searching for ways to take the “how” out of our customers’ thought process when it comes to their IT – and I believe we’ve done that here. By helping to streamline or automate the systems management of our Windows 8 solutions, we’re helping our customers focus on what they need to – growing their bottom line.
DCIP 3.1 is available today as beta and we expect to release the final on APRIL 30th to try DCIP 3.1, visit the Dell TechCenter.