Boise State University’s TRiO Educational Talent Search and TRiO Upward Bound Programs selected Paragon’s Hard Disk Manager (HDM) to save time and resources to deploy and/or reimage desktop systems.
Boise State University’s TRiO Educational Talent Search (ETS) and Upward Bound programs provide outreach and assistance to first-generation college bound and low-income students. The programs maintain ten to twelve off-site classrooms with three to five computers each, requiring regular reimaging.
After researching a software options, Corey Simpson, IT coordinator for Boise State University’s ETS and Upward Bound program, scheduled a demonstration of Paragon’s HDM.
“We needed to decrease the amount of time we were spending on reimaging machines,” said Simpson. “One of the features I looked for in a solution was the ability to process multiple restores on the network — Paragon was the only vendor offering the features I needed as well as disk partition and other disk management tools.”