Time Is Scarce and Too Many Resources Are Spent on Provisioning Tablets, PCs, and Servers
From initial deployments of operating systems and preinstalled software to necessary computer and tech refreshes, the US public sector has diverse system provisioning and imaging needs. There’s no avoiding these critical tasks. Yet using traditional one-system-at-a-time provisioning and imaging methods to onboard a group of new employees, set up a training session for existing employees, or teach a computer class to students can cause headaches, limit productivity, and waste precious time and government resources.
With limited manpower and small budgets, IT staffs for government agencies, schools, and universities alike can ill afford to devote hours apiece to image tens or hundreds of PCs, tablets, and servers. Luckily, an easier and faster solution exists to help the US public sector reclaim that lost time – and IT productivity and efficiency as a result.