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Transforming the Desktop Estate at Your Own Pace

As the old management adage goes, “you can’t manage what you don’t measure.” According to Mendy Newman, Ericom’s Head of Solution Management, this is especially relevant to those wanting to manage large scale virtualized and enterprise mobility deployments. He discusses this and more in a new article that recently appeared in the IT journal, EnterpriseAppsTech.com

Mendy presents five steps that effectively enable CIOs to bridge their legacy physical infrastructures to full enterprise mobility, while buying time to completely transform the desktop estate at their own pace. For example, he explains, “Today’s IT administrators need to be able to tell at-a-glance how many concurrent users they have at any given moment. Without the right information at their fingertips, they cannot know whether they have enough licenses, whether there are spikes in demand at particular times of the day or whether there is any unusual connectivity in the middle of the night.” 

Ericom Connect’s built-in analytics provides IT departments with comprehensive real-time insights into user productivity, system workload and connectivity issues in just a few clicks. Using Ericom Connect, you can import and export the data for turning into actionable business intelligence.

Check out the rest of the article, and  visit the Ericom website to learn more about or to download a free 30-day trial of, Ericom Connect.

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