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Hi everyone, we wanted to make you aware of a new whitepaper that has just been published. Our partner Verdiem has released a whitepaper that highlights the integration between their Surveyor product and ConfigMgr. An example of a best of breed partner in this space, Verdiem have been delivering Power Management to our joint customers for 10 years. You can download the paper here.
Here is a snip from the introduction. Verdiem’s Power Management Pack for System Center Configuration Manager 2007 is an integrated solution that enables IT organizations to leverage the capabilities of SURVEYOR from within the System Center Configuration Manager console, and helps them to achieve 100% success rates for PC patching and software updates while reducing PC energy waste and the organization’s carbon footprint.
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Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
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