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1E sez two million seats and counting

Wonder how all the power management software that I'm writing about is doing?1E, which sells an application called NightWatchman and was the subject of this popular blog post last September, apparently has reached its two millionth seat deployed.
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Written by Heather Clancy, Contributor on

Wonder how all the power management software that I'm writing about is doing?

1E, which sells an application called NightWatchman and was the subject of this popular blog post last September, apparently has reached its two millionth seat deployed. The company has also opened a U.S. headquarters in New York.

1E's application lets you manage the power consumption of desktops remotely, even while letting the IT team do their job with patches, updates, backups and so on. Other developers that fall into roughly the same category include BigFixIT (which I wrote about earlier this week) and Verdiem (in tight with Hewlett-Packard and featured in another post this week!).

1E counts among its big corporate clients companies including Dell, ING Investment Management, Wachovia, Verizon, Allstate Insurance, Nestle and Parker Hannifin.

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