Making the Case for Dell KACE

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Making the Case for Dell KACE

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Every day, Dell KACE adds more than half a dozen new customers worldwide, making us the industry’s fastest growing endpoint management solution. This customer momentum isn’t slowing down—on the contrary, it’s increasingly each quarter. Over the past 12 months, I’ve seen Dell’s vision of offering open, capable and affordable IT solutions take hold and resonate with customers.

The simplicity and flexibility of the K1000 Management and K2000 Deployment Appliances play an integral part in this puzzle. Since last year’s acquisition of KACE, Dell’s presence and credibility in the systems management market has steadily grown and taken off. When I speak with CIOs and IT directors, I hear time and time again that they are looking for a highly-efficient, secure and easy way to manage technology solutions with a low total cost of ownership that provides fast time to market for their applications or services.

But you don’t need to take my word for it. Listen to KACE customers who shared their thoughts at the recent KACE User Konference. We’ve put together a highlight reel where customers explain in their own words why they chose Dell KACE and the IT problems the appliances help them address on a daily basis. These customers come from a variety of industries and explain firsthand how they solve their everyday IT challenges of Windows 7 deployment, asset management, software distribution, patch management and much more with the easy-to-use appliances. See for yourself how KACE can benefit your organization by clicking here or feel free to follow me on Twitter  @rmeinhardt.

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  • Rob's Twitter handle is @rmeinhardt

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