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Tower Servers Reviews

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Real User
Senior IT Technician at a local government with 1,001-5,000 employees
Dec 24 2016

What is most valuable?

The quality of the build is the “be-all and end-all” in my eyes. I like the fact that it's indestructible. We've had servers for a long time. Most companies have servers that last for only three years and then they replace them. We've had... more»

How has it helped my organization?

It's compatible with servers and other HP equipment we use in the schools. I don't have any issues with compatibility. If I need drivers for specific products, they are there online. I don't have to run around all over the place looking for... more»

What needs improvement?

I would like to be able to interact with touchscreen smart boards. It comes with iPads and Apple devices. I'd like to interact wirelessly with smart boards. I found Apple a little bit better for that. That's why schools are buying a lot of... more»
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Real User
Senior Data Center Analyst at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jun 16 2017

What do you think of HPE Proliant ML?

Valuable Features Ease of use. When you use one HPE item, it's very simple to get into anything else, software-wise. It's all about consistency and quality. I would actually say that we've had a lot less down time or minimal issues with the HPE hardware than with any other hardware we've had over the years. • Improvements to My Organization Dependability. That is a big thing for us, because we are in healthcare. • Room for Improvement I would like see better integration with OneView. • Stability Issues The product is totally stable, until you're playing around with some of the updates and stuff. Other than that, it is stable. • Scalability Issues Scalability is there and it's very good. • Customer Service and Technical Support Technical support is very good....

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Purchasing and Vendor Manager at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
Nov 02 2017

What do you think of HPE Proliant ML?

Valuable Features The high resolution function is very good, one of the best on the market. It allows users to manage it remotely if something happens, which is quite neat. • Improvements to My Organization Our main concern is having to rebuy the solution or having downtime, so the fact that these servers run well and do not break often addresses our concern. • Room for Improvement The HP writing systems could be more customer-focused instead of process-focused. It can take some companies quite a while to write. • Deployment Issues It deploys without issue. • Stability Issues I give it a nine out of 10. It is generally very stable. • Scalability Issues It's scalable, depending on the services that you are running. This is a known factor, so you should plan...
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Real User
Senior Systems Engineer - Storage and Virtualization at a legal firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Aug 22 2016

What do you think of HPE Proliant ML?

Valuable Features ProLiant is the industry standard and the most popular selling rack mount server in the history of rack mount servers. We use them out of momentum. • Room for Improvement The quality of the cases has gone down. They flex a lot. • Use of Solution I’ve used the product for more years than I care to count. • Stability Issues They are a very stable product for us and are just as reliable as the blade servers. • Scalability Issues We use them for remote offices, normally in pairs, and we haven’t had any issues. They’re easy to work on and can deal with tight quarters where it is really hot. • Customer Service and Technical Support HP support is very good. I've never had an issue with it. HP stands behind their product so they work hard to fix...

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