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Saturday Coffee Coaching Series Part 4: What’s that buzz about, HP iLO?

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By Diana Zavala.

WW HP Server Software Marketing.

 

Recently, my posts have dealt with HP iLO –more specifically- that iLO has the functionality to do this and that and in the process improve your business environment. But what really sets HP apart from the rest of the crowd and makes us different? HP iLO makes HP ProLiant Server with Windows Operating System easy to manage. Now, you don’t have to believe us, but these are just a few quotes I found:

 

  •          “With iLO you have the ability to connect to a virtual console on the machine and remotely connect local resources… This makes installing new software or updates extremely easy.” -ServerWatch

 

  •          “As I tweeted on Tuesday night “I could say that there's a faster, easier way to provision a #Proliant with Windows Server than using #iLO, but I'd be lying. It is really that easy! -AbsolutelyWindows

 

  •          “The SPI board also has HP’s iLO4 chip which needs little in the way of introduction. We first looked at this in our exclusive review of HP’s ProLiant DL360p Gen8 and found it offers the best range of remote management features on the market.” -ITPRO Editor’s Choice

 

See, HP isn’t the only one that says HP iLO is great, but the industry agrees with us.

 

HP iLO Essentials offers remote server management, uniquely designed for your small and medium business server. Learn more about iLO Essentials and better yet take if for a test drive and try it 60 days.

 

To learn more about how HP can you help you with your environment, check out Just Right IT (JRIT) solutions where you can learn about HP Servers Flex-Bundles for Microsoft Hyper-V and assemble the right combination of HP products and proven application options to ensure you achieve your desired business outcomes.

Till next time.

Diana

 

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