Case Study: Barker Implement

Barker Implement, an Iowa, (US)-based farm equipment vendor, wanted to expand its business, improve productivity and customer service, and strengthen IT security without adding IT staff. To address those goals, Barker standardized new client computers on Windows Vista Business and deployed Windows Server 2008. Find out how Barker achieved efficiencies that are expected to yield long-term cost savings as the company grows.
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