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Chapter 3 explores the post-rollout steps for an organization that has adopted zero clients. Once they are in place, IT needs to know how to manage and monitor desktops effectively from the data center. Though minimal maintenance is necessary, admin concerns and software updates must be addressed in a timely manner. By understanding the best practices for managing zero clients, IT can truly maximize ROI and make sure employees have the tools to do their jobs without disruption.  Access >>>

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