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PCmover Enterprise Added to GSA Schedule for Faster Government Procurement
Published by Jack Wilson on
October 27, 2020 at 3:23 AM
Laplink has just announced very good news for government agencies facing challenges to support the PC migration needs of remote workers. Starting now, federal and many state and local government agencies can now purchase PCmover directly under GSA Schedule Contract Number 47QTCA19D00MM with SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE: SNX), a leading business process services company and long-time Laplink partner.
This is important because a GSA Schedule listing provides government buyers with a contract vehicle with pre-negotiated terms and conditions and pricing, helping streamline the acquisition process for what many organizations are finding is critically needed solution. As more government organizations switch to a “work from anywhere” model for employees, PC migrations have become a major drain on IT resources.
With PCmover Enterprise, public sector organizations can manage both on-premises PCs and their decentralized remote/home office workers with greater ease and efficiency, especially when compared to alternatives like Microsoft’s User State Migration Tool (USMT). With the recently announced PCmover Transfer Manager, IT administrators can manage and control multiple migration projects from a single PC and take advantage of cloud transfers with Azure, AWS, and Google. What’s more, PCmover is the only software of its kind recommended by Microsoft®, Intel®, and all major PC manufacturers.
Jack joined Laplink in 1995 and has more than 27 years of experience in a wide variety of software development projects from radar and air defense systems to commercial software. He is a seasoned software developer and has had extensive experience developing network devices and network-enabled applications. Jack’s professional skills were honed at leading companies, including Networks Northwest Inc., Boeing Defense and Space Group, and Westinghouse. Previously, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. Jack is an avid electronics enthusiast and presently is a mentor for his local high school robotics team. He is also on the board of the Seattle-Sihanoukville Sister City Association. Jack previously served on the advisory board at...