Simplify How You Manage And Secure Your PC Fleet

IT managers know the desktop maintenance grind: complicated updates and licences, inefficient use of staff… shrinking budgets. That’s where Fast Track Technology's Managed Desktop Suite saves organisations time and money; without huge investment. One of Australia’s leading Microsoft deployment consultants, Fastrack is offering Lifehacker’s IT crowd a supported, no obligation Managed Desktop trial. Here’s how to take advantage.

Managed Desktop Suite is suitable for organisations of all sizes: less than 50 seats to 500 and well above.

Try it for yourself obligation free. Simply register your interest via the Lifehacker form below. For organisations with more than 200 seats, Fastrack will also include a free on-site review of your current environment and deployment best practices in readiness for your next Windows or Office deployment.

Backed by a team of senior engineers and consultants, Fastrack Technology has consulted on solution designs and executed deployments in some of Australia’s most demanding technical environments, including many of the top 100 ASX listed companies. (See Case Studies for more examples.)

Managed Desktop Suite Features

MDS is built upon Microsoft’s latest cloud-based Windows Intune technology. It delivers big tech results for a small tech investment, with minimal overheads and simple billing. Fastrack has added impressive extras to Intune, including automated OS deployment, group policy templates, custom application packaging and a service level agreement. Learn more.

• Simplified licensing and Windows upgrades • Smoother fleet lifecycle management • Significant daily cost savings • Tighter security and reduced anti-virus costs • Learn more.

Trial Registration

Note: The information you provide will not be forwarded to any third-party besides Fastrack Technology for the purposes of scheduling your free on-site consultation. You will not be added to any marketing lists.

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