My login’s too cold – it’s not all about TS and VDI

Goldilocks was hard at work managing “Three Bears Industries”. She added a default printer here, mapped a network drive there, and sorted out a few group policy settings. All in a days’ work for the over worked, under paid IT administrator.

She heard a noise a the front door – “The Bears are back!!!” she exclamed, and slipped quietly out through the back door and on to her next client.

“My Login makes me tooo Hot – Hot and bothered from waiting!!!!! ” yelled Papa Bear. “My Login makes me toooo cold – I feel like hibernating ! ” grumbled Mama Bear.

Baby Bear looked at his parents with big blue eyes and said “My Login just sucks !!”. You gotta love kids, they always say what they feel. But then, that’s the harsh reality in thousands of organizations – Logins suck!!

“Three Bears Industries” needs AppSense.

“But isn’t AppSense only useful in those environments? Why do I need AppSense if I’m a fat client site?”.  Think about it, If AppSense provides value in VDI and TS, then why would it NOT provide value in a real physical desktop?

In two weeks time, I start a rollout at a site who saw value in AppSense at the desktop level – around 3,000 of them to be precise.  AppSense has hundreds of desktop sites around the world – managing profiles, security and performance with our software.

These guys went through our ROI process a couple of months back. We found they were losing around 80 man hours per DAY while users sat around waiting to login – thats 10 people every day they were paying for nothing. We also found the Helpdesk staff were spending around 300 hours per month fixing profile issues.

I introduced them to ENVIROMAN – looking very Borat like in his bright green Budgy Smugglers. He showed them a couple of quick demos, rollback of personalization settings, streamed application settings from desktop to desktop, and the rest is history – Thank You ENVIROMAN – your subscription to “Geek Monthly” is in the mail :-)

But seriously Guys, checkout our value on the desktop – your wallet will thank you.

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