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IBM Delivers New Management Solution

IBM Corp. today introduced WorkSpace On-Demand 3.0, a cross-platform IT solution that provides server-based management for a range of client hardware, operating systems, and applications.

WorkSpace On-Demand 3.0 helps customers address critical IT management needs. It contains a centralized client desktop management and control, including a restricted user desktop that allows administrators to select and control which applications are available to users and add new applications where they are needed. Network managers can deploy software and make updates directly and instantly accessible to client users from the server. End users can log on from any client on the network, so if client hardware fails, the IT manager can plug in new hardware, and if software fails, a new copy can be downloaded from the server.

Contact IBM, (914) 766-1728, www.ibm.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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