In November, we joined IT professionals from around the country at the Midwest Management Summit, one of the most popular forums of Microsoft System Center experts in the world. The summit was a great opportunity to meet with customers to discuss their priorities and business pressures, and most importantly, learn how we can continue to be a valuable partner to them.
While there, we previewed the updated Dell Client Command Suite to a room of over 80 Dell customers, and received tremendous feedback: we were delighted to hear from customers that our management tools “are a big reason we are a Dell shop” and “an added value to their hardware.”
In speaking with these customers, one issue came through loud and clear: IT departments are challenged to effectively manage IT investments while also ensuring workers have the resources they need to maintain productivity. For most businesses, this means maintaining the health of employee PCs from day one, and extending the life expectancy of devices through greater streamlining and automation services.
Addressing this need is behind our latest suite of system management capabilities, and it’s why we continue to produce the industry’s most manageable PCs. In fact, all business client brands that feature Intel 6th generation processors, including Dell Latitude, OptiPlex and Dell Precision systems plus Venue Pro tablets and even XPS laptops, are 100 percent manageable by Dell’s Client Command Suite.
To help organizations increase efficiency and reduce time spent on manual and error-prone tasks, we’re excited to provide customers with a range of enhancements to our Dell Client Command Suite including:
IT managers have more challenges than ever, and we know manageability is a key factor motivating IT departments when selecting solutions for their workforce. These solutions are available at no additional cost to our commercial customers, so IT managers can spend their budgets enabling productivity in other new and innovative ways. Dell Client Command Suite tools can be found at dell.com/command.
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My first session on Monday was being part of a sponsor session of Parallels, I was allowed to do an introduction about the challenges when it comes to managing Mac devices.