According to Om, who also interviewed the CEO, this guy is an old player. Maybe Dukker can tell me what he's talking about as well one of these days.
I looked up at their site and came across this:
Whether you are part of a large school system with tens of thousands of students or a small private school with just a few hundred students, you face some daunting challenges with managing PCs in computer labs or classrooms for students and teachers:
* Tight budgets result in outdated PCs or fewer PCs. Either way, the students and teachers suffer.
* PC management is a nightmare. Managing dozens of PCs per school is a daunting challenge for schools with limited IT personnel.
* Limited PC lab space and electrical wiring limit computing access to more students.
It looks good but I am not sure about the:
- Does not eliminate the drama of that 1 PC with several end-users. I like Pano Logic still a lot better, unless they have something to tell me I don't know ;-)
- Secure it centrally
- Patch it centrally
- Policy and Audit it centrally
- Provision and Scale centrally (from a remote location to a remote location)
Om's interview is here (Stacey did it BTW)