Friday, March 20, 2009

Learn best practices for systems provisioning

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Taking the Leg-Work Out of
Systems Provisioning

This white paper examines the provisioning challenges facing organizations today, and describes why traditional approaches that use disk imaging and scripts don't typically reduce deployment costs or complexity. Download the paper to learn best practices for system provisioning and the benefits of automating systems deployment.

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