In Pictures: Fave raves - 33 tech pros share their favourite IT products

What IT pros like, in their own words

Why it's a favorite: “CounterACT provides Rollins College with superior visibility and management of all types of devices ranging from traditional laptops and desktops to gaming and media devices. It also gives us the ability to automatically detect and isolate compromised devices from the network. Plus it is non-disruptive and provides end user-friendly guest networking capabilities, which is a big plus for our students and faculty. And from an IT perspective, we see a direct return on investment in IT man-hours due to ease of management and a decrease in help desk calls.”

Years in IT: 9

Upcoming IT projects: Moving several systems to a Linux environment. “I also expect to see increased stability for systems that are critical to our campus community.”

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