|In This Issue: Focus on Desktop Lifecycle Management||October 5, 2010
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Managing the lifecycles of a school's physical machines, virtual machines and services is an onerous task. Harder still is figuring out how to maximize the return on investment in these disparate solutions. For some IT managers, desktop lifecycle management is the answer, helping schools streamline operations and save money.
Identifying and monitoring a school's installed hardware and software isn't as straightforward as it might seem. Managing the task manually can be labor-intensive, making it a less-than-desirable day-to-day strategy. Integrated asset management solutions help schools monitor and optimize their IT resources for improved performance and control, increased accountability and reduced costs.
When budgets are tight, schools often must make do with what they have. IT managers can extend the lifecycle of existing resources (and boost performance in the process) by employing such cost-saving strategies as virtualizing whenever possible and shedding nonessential programs.
With the Z200 Small Form Factor workstation, HP packs the processing and graphics muscle of a high-end workstation into a significantly smaller footprint. The device delivers a price/performance ratio on par with or exceeding that of other, more expensive models.
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