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In this video I shot recently, Brad Anderson, CVP of Microsoft's Management and Security Division, speaks with Sumir Karayi, founder and CEO of 1E, about 1Es solutions and products that work with System Center Configuration Manager in deploying Windows 7 in large organizations.
Brad and Sumir discuss the benefits of using Configuration Manager in deploying Windows 7, and then go on to talk about the value-add of 1E's solution and product portfolio, in particular Nomad, PXE Lite, and the professional services they offer to assure efficient and cost-effective rollouts of Microsoft's latest desktop operating system.
For more information, see the 1E website and the Configuration Manager resources on the System Center site.
- dave //
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