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ZENworks for ATM’s??

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September 14, 2006 2:52 pm

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I’m not sure if any of you have checked this out, but it’s cool and it makes sense. Banking (and other financial organizations) typically have thousands of Automated Teller Machines located all over the world, and something needs to be in place to manage them. Considering the fact that ZENworks scales out to this challenge very well, and can manage thousands upon thousands of devices in a single ZENworks system… we are a perfect fit. Does this mean that the ATM world is the only good fit? Not at all. If you work for an organization that has some sort of remote kiosk or computing device that services the needs of your customers, you should take a close look at using ZENworks to manage them… regardless of whether they are Windows or Linux devices. Things that quickly come to mind are ‘Self-Checkin Kiosks’ used by airlines at the airport, ticket purchase kiosks at the movie theaters, and the list goes on and on. Check it out if you haven’t already.

Cheers. 

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