- Training is really great
- Ease of use
- Ease of implementation
It's opened up new services for us that we can offer to our customers. We've moved all our secondary products to virtual environments, so we're able to offer other physical hardware, and have our system simplified.
I'm not a big fan of the web client, and would have liked to have had them stick with the Windows client, as the web one is quite a bit different.
It's very stable, and just works which is one of the reasons we went with it instead of MS Hyper-V. It's more robust and feature rich than Hyper-V too.
Very scalable, and we can serve a wide range of clients with budgets ranging from $20 million to $20 billion.
They're knowledgable, and willing to help, but it's not as instantaneous as I’d like, but they do eventally answer.
It's very easy. I wan't involved in the early stages, and I came in when v5 was in place and when lots of infrastructure was already set up.
I’d recommend it, but take time evaluating to see which parts you need, as it can be a little more expensive, but it seems to work. Also, be sure to have a lengthy POC.
Nothing’s perfect, and they are docked points for moving to a web client. Also, single sign-on is unfriendly, and there were growing pains.