Small and medium businesses are the lifeblood and
catalyst of a healthy economy. Unfortunately, the SMB market is often
overlooked and underserviced. Running a small to medium sized business has its
unique set of IT challenges. Dealing with a limited budget, being able to build
on and leverage existing IT investments in order to maximize a quick ROI, are
all part of the same theme—doing more with less.
This is where Dell KACE sees an incredible opportunity. Today, we’re
introducing the first in a new, innovative line of systems
developed specifically for small businesses (from 50 to 200 employees). The Dell
KACE M 300 Asset Management Appliances offers small businesses an easy,
cost-effective and reliable solution for routine IT tasks such as: hardware and
software inventory, software license compliance and asset tracking and
really sets the M300 apart from anything on the market today is its
simplicity—both in terms of ease of use and deployment. This new appliance is a
true plug-and-play solution that virtually eliminates the repetitive and
time-consuming tasks of software and hardware inventory management. The ability to be up and running in less than five minutes – even for a
novice IT professional – is just the beginning. An intuitive user interface
allows IT administrators to streamline IT procedures with just a few points and
clicks of a mouse. In this way, the M300 offers a complete systems management solution right out of the box setting a new standard in convenience.
Once again, Dell KACE is leading the market in making
systems management more accessible and affordable. The M300 is available today,
priced at $2498, which includes a one year warranty and maximum of up to 200
nodes. If you manage IT resources for a small business
we’d love to hear from you. We’re hosting a webinar on “Effective IT Inventory and Asset Management
for Small Organizations: From Quagmire to Quick Fix” on July
21 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific/1:00 p.m. Eastern. The time
savings you’ll experience using this appliance is incredible. You might even
need to take up a new hobby.
For a more in-depth overview of the features of the M300, take a look at Marty Kacin's post here.