Most of my work these days is around creating solutions using ZENworks.
ZENworks is not just a ‘product’ or even a set of ‘products’. It is a framework. If you just install it and walk away people will be unimpressed. It’s no longer just about installing, it’s about the value-add which a good consultant/engineer/specialist can bring to an implementation using experience and good ideas.
If you follow Mark Schouls’ series on ‘the project’ it will give good background into how to run a successful implementation. However, a lot of times these days just implementing isn’t enough. We are finding more and more at the ‘Requirements Assessment’ phase that issues are being raised which require thinking outside of the box.
This is what I hope to show with most of my posts. I will be talking about customer engagements where we have used ZENworks functionality in exciting ways to resolve customer business and technical issues.
I will also be presenting at Brainshare 2006 around one of these solutions, if you’re there please come along and say ‘Hi’.
The session is: TUT354, “ZENworks in a Highly Mobile Environment” and is being presented on Tuesday and Thursday.