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Ready to Migrate to Novell ZENworks Configuration Management?

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April 7, 2009 11:00 am

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The recipient of numerous industry awards and accolades, Novell ZENworks has provided customers all over the world with innovative and reliable system and resource management services. Novell ZENworks 10 Configuration Management, the latest iteration of the ZENworks product line, continues this legacy while delivering even more flexible and integrated services for endpoint management. And with a new version due in the near future, there’s no better time to move to this powerful new platform.

But if the idea of a platform upgrade has you counting man-hours and wondering how many pilots and design plans you’ll need, a new services offering from Novell is just the ticket. The Novell ZENworks Migration Assurance Program is designed to make the migration process simple, painless and aligned with best practices.

What’s included in the offering?

1) One week of onsite consulting delivered by Novell or any of our trusted local partners
2) Self-study and on-demand product training resources
3) Valuable support options for customers with and without existing support contracts

Offered at an extremely competitive price point, the ZENworks Migration Assurance Program will give you a platform to manage desktops and other endpoint devices more effectively than ever before. And with your ZENworks Configuration Management platform in place, you’ll have the foundation for a full range of Novell Endpoint Management solutions. To learn more about this unique offering, visit http://www.novell.com/products/zenworks/migrationassurance.

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