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I’ve just come across this tool for Windows Intune.  As with any “benefits” calculator, the results simply reflect the quality of the data you put in – garbage in, garbage out.

Since my computers managed by Windows Intune are already on Windows 7, have anti-malware loaded and other benefits, the results came out lower compared to those on Windows XP.  If you don’t have Windows 7, for example, the benefits are much higher.

The calculator can be found at http://windowsintuneroi.valueprism.com/ and the excel version can be found at here.  The Excel version suggested that if I had 100 Windows XP computers the benefits would be as follows:

ROI Calc Results - XP to W7

 

I hope this is useful

 

David


Posted Sun, Dec 4 2011 10:22 PM by David Overton

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