Latest System Center Configuration Manager Delivers Power Management features

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Latest System Center Configuration Manager Delivers Power Management features

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The System Center Configuration Manager team announced today the availability of R3 Beta for Configuration Manager 2007.  This R3 Beta release includes new capabilities in Power Management including the ability to monitor current power state and consumptions, plan and create a power management policy, check for exception, apply power management policy, check compliance and remediate non-compliance and report saving in power consumption and costs.  With these tools, organizations are also able to develop flexible power management strategies that make sense, giving them the ability to create policy exceptions for critical systems or tools to enforce different power settings for peak and non-peak periods.

Conserving power at the desktop level translates not only into potential cost savings through power consumption reduction it also provides the ability to reduce organizational carbon footprint. To read a whitepaper on Power Management for System Center Configuration Manager click here. To download the beta, visit here.

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  • It is great to see the R3 beta now available. Here at 1E, we are very excited to be partnering with Microsoft, building on R3, to provide best of breed PC power management. Our NightWatchman solution, together with Configuration Manager, is saving Dell $36 per PC per year and we can do the same for your organization. For more info, please see www.1e.com.

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