Top of the World Supported by Great Systems Management
As the Boston Red Sox landed their second World Series title in this century, there were even more people that had reason to cheer. Retailer Jordan’s Furniture had run a campaign last spring giving customers that purchased furniture an offer for their money back if the Red Sox indeed ended up on top of the world again.
It turns out that the promotion was extremely successful. As sales sky-rocketed, this put extra pressure on the POS (point-of-sale) systems. But, as outlined in SearchSMB’s article, “World Series challenge puts retailer’s POS system to the test”, Jordan’s IT department had installed KACE’s KBOX for systems management and everything ran smoothly.
In the article, analyst Steve Brasen from Enterprise Management Associates highlights how medium enterprises often leave themselves competitively challenged when they do not put into place automated systems management. You can listen to Steve in this podcast titled: Addressing the IT Requirements of The Fortune 100,000.”
The KACE advantage of saving time and saving money for systems management which is very attractive for all business, but especially for medium enterprises, is largely dependent on KBOX being an appliance. With the recent announcement of new KBOX product versions, internetnews.com’s article, “The KACE Case For Hardware in Systems Management”, focus on why the KACE approach is winning converts.
Here’s to great systems management keeping our computers running. Let me know what you think and thank you for your time.
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