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In our district we have a 5 year "end of life cycle" on HP Client workstations. We need to be very diligent to keep an up to-date inventory of all hardware in order to know where this equipment is and when it is time to replace ...
Article by mly0077 | 19 Oct 2007 | 0 comments
We're a small software development company (75 computers) that has many types of systems, OS platforms, and hardware types. Saving money is important for our IT group in managing licences for our various hardware platforms including our thin ...
Blog Entry by scotthansenpays... | 19 Oct 2007 | 3 comments
Our company has two wireless signals, one "Public" and "Private". The public signal has a simple SSID and no security, so naturally, users jump on it first. Management began to notice that laptops that were docked ...
Blog Entry by Global_Altiris | 17 Oct 2007 | 1 comment
At our school district we basically breath HP. Our computers, printers, switches and servers are all HP because we want to be the best, and to be the best you have to have the best. We do all of our computer imaging and software deployment ...
Article by daggy_b | 17 Oct 2007 | 4 comments
The client (a government institution) has 2000 HP thin-clients spread over 14 locations in the Netherlands. The IT staff is located in the head office. Imaging the thin-clients always required that someone in the office got in their car and drove to the ...
Article by erikw | 16 Oct 2007 | 0 comments
For those users migrating to a Hardware Independent Image, there are many "gotchas" that can slow you down. Getting one of the many tools available to help institute this process is a good start. Below is some information as this ...
Article by Global_Altiris | 03 Oct 2007 | 2 comments
I have worked in a lab environment that used HP RDP for the past couple of years. In this lab we test our software for compatibility and bugs. Testing is done on a wide array of servers consisting of Blades, Integrity servers (Itaniums), and regular ...
Article by Greeneye | 28 Sep 2007 | 2 comments
A big problem we have been running into is how to implement wireless in our buildings. Our school district is considered to be one of the better districts in Wisconsin when it comes to technology. One of the goals of the district is to ...
Article by daggy_b | 18 Sep 2007 | 7 comments
I'm employed by a medium-sized school district in Wisconsin. We currently have close to 2000 PCs and several hundred laptops. All of our PCs, laptops, servers and printers are HP and gain connectivity to the network via ProCurve ...
Article by bbmort88 | 17 Sep 2007 | 3 comments
Introducing eiPower Saver Solution - A fully Logo Certified Altiris Solution that conserves energy on desktop computers by centrally managing power states, logging all power events (on/off/standby/hibernate/monitor off/disk off), inventories power ...
Blog Entry by joevax | 07 Sep 2007 | 24 comments