Just setup 1 of 3, 24TB monsters to replicate us to Scale from HyperV.
Doing HyperV migrations over here, too.
"If it can be said in 100 words, I can say it in 1,000."
@scottalanmiller A lot of RMM don't show that it is up to date on that screen. However it does show on the installed Updates so just check that. I know I have seen many RMMs do that however the devices are actually updated.
These devices are absolutely not updated. The problem is the opposite... it says up to date, but isn't. Not one. We manually checked around one hundred this weekend. Got about fifteen hundred to go. Those being patched since the RMM was configured to patch and report... zero. But every single one says it is up to date, until you check.
Just back from a walk.
At 1 am?
That's when I tend to go for walks. After everyone has gone to bed and no one needs me for anything. Only real "me" time that I can get.
I plan to play some Shenmue tonight!
And it seems like you're getting the equivalent of the enterprise edition for all apps. Which is a big deal.
Oh it's a great package. If you use anywhere near that many products per user it's so awesome that absolutely everyone gets absolutely everything. So flexible.
Incredible value with the drawback that you have to get it for every employee - regardless if they need it or not. It simplifies licensing though.
For us, the cost of the extra licensing is so high, we could hire a full time person to oversee the Zoho Licensing management alone from the cost savings of not paying $30/user. LOL Obviously that would be a super junior (and super chill) job to have. We don't, as it takes a couple minutes for us to do that as it changes extremely little. But the cost evaluation is based on that - and if we were to overpay Zoho or create a job for a new employee at break even, we'd take the new employee because at least we are creating a job.
Looking at Zoho One we're actually thinking about going all-in for real. Zoho One is a subscription that gives you access to almost everything Zoho has - Mail, Workdrive, CRM, Desk, Projects, etc, etc. It's $30 per month for every employee.
We've looked at it, but the price just doesn't work for us. Even if we bought every tool that every person would ever use, we don't have a single user who comes up to the $30/mo price. Most are in the $3 range, so the gap is huge.
Our core users are mail, workdrive, and connect. Beyond that, everything is unique to a role.