Windows Deployment: Comparing Legacy to Now

This article is part of the SmartDeploy Whiteboard Series

VIDEO: Traditional or legacy methods of performing Windows deployment included creating a sector-based copy of a device to store and keep for future deployments. But modern imaging and deployment solutions, like SmartDeploy, provide a file-based image for deploying devices. With single-instance storage and separation of hardware and software information, IT pros can deploy one image to any device.

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Schools choose SmartDeploy as best imaging software

While selling SmartDeploy, we have the opportunity to work with a ton of educational institutions. From K-12 school districts to colleges and universities around the world, pinpointing the best imaging software and adopting efficient imaging processes is extremely important. In addition to Windows migration projects, we’ve found that most schools need to reimage their computer

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Manage the Campus IT Budget with SmartDeploy

Today’s educational institutions, like many other organizations, are finding they have to do much more, with much less. Improving your Windows deployment strategy can limit unexpected expenses from popping up and eating away at IT budget. Demands, particularly for IT services are increasing – students and teachers want access to their documents and applications anytime,

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Improve your Windows Deployment Strategy

We recently hosted a webcast discussing some best practices and changes IT departments can implement to help simplify and streamline deployment projects. As technology has evolved, so has Windows deployment. Whether you’re involved with new employee onboarding, PC break-fix or Windows migration projects, organizations should examine the existing procedures that are in place to be

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The University of Georgia’s “Ah-ha!” moment

Everyone loves a good Ah-ha! moment – especially in IT. For the University of Georgia (UGA), theirs came in 2009 as they were involved in significant upgrades across the school’s user base. Making campus-wide system upgrades can create significant challenges for the IT staff at any education institution. The ever-growing number of computers in school

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