Unified Endpoint Management for Windows 10 Migrations in Education
Reduce migration complexity, and save valuable IT staff time.
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IT departments in school districts, colleges and universities face multiple challenges as they work to manage an increasing number of endpoints, ranging from servers to Windowsbased computers, Mac-based computers and a wide array of connected, noncomputer devices.
Whether you manage the IT systems for a single campus or multiple locations, the issues are multifaceted. Your team must not only deploy and maintain all of these endpoints but also work to protect your network from increasing cyberthreats — all with limited resources that are not keeping pace with growing IT complexity.
Upgrading all of these endpoints to Windows 10 adds another layer of complexity. Typically, every summer, most educational institutions re-image all of their endpoints. It’s a big job as one batch of students graduates and a new group arrives in the autumn. In addition, all of the endpoints used by teachers and staff require separate imaging.
With such limited time and IT resources during the summer, it is challenging to get everything re-imaged in time for school to start back up again. But what if you could incorporate image deployments into your overall endpoint management strategy using one integrated solution?
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