The latest Tech Tuesday Chat discussed the Dell OpenManage Client Instrumentation (OMCI) 8.0. Nathan Martell, engineer in the OMCI team, discussed their recent launch of OMCI 8.0. See the full transcript to get more insight on the newest version of the Dell OpenManage Client Instrumentation.

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