University of Aberdeen rapidly improves technology replacement program

University of Aberdeen rapidly improves technology replacement program


Scotland's University of Aberdeen maintains over 250 software applications on 1,700 publicly accessible PCs that need to be updated on an annual basis. As software upgrades increased in data size, and new software needed to be installed, the university realized their old imaging software wasn't going to get the job done.

In this brief case study, learn how the University of Aberdeen cut their deployment time in half with a new disk imaging software, saving their IT team up to 10 weeks of deployment time each year. With this strategy, the software deployment team can create individual master images that contain the OS, settings and applications, and place it on any of the university's 1,700 PCs.

Read now to learn how simple and fast it is for the university to get new PCs up and running with little to no downtime.

14 Jul 2014
31 May 2014
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