G’day folks – I am the publisher of the above title and each day I host a virtual book reading by posting up a passage! It’s worked very well for all involved.
Remote Web Workplace (RWW)
Bingo! Going back to the cost/benefit equation, here is where the client can definitely see the benefits, which are usually hard to establish in IT. In our case, we had a pregnant mother who had difficulty climbing the stairs in the office. We set her up with a workstation at home and registered a .com name in DNS for Remote Web Workplace (RWW), which I showed her how to use. She then was able to use RWW, connecting from the comfort of her own home to her XP client workstation at the office. She continued managing her daily tasks without a dip in productivity. That is what I call a win/win situation.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to build in training time for the customer to learn how to use the SBS 2003 network. Customers gladly pay for training time to learn features such as RWW, which is an SBS 2003 portal for supporting the mobile worker.
Harry Brelsford, CEO at smb nation www.smbnation.com
Microsoft Small Business Specialist SBSC, MBA, MCSE, MCT, MCP, CNE, CLSE, CNP
PS – did u know I host a technology conference in the New York City area each spring? Save the date for March 6-8, 2009 and watch “voice meet data” in the SMB space!
PPS – my SBS 2008 book will be out in mid-November 2008!
PPPS – my Microsoft Response Point Primer book is here NOW!