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I'm George Gunther I'm CIO vice president for the Aspen corporation headquartered in will Grove Pennsylvania we are the largest vegetation management company in United States I'd asked when we use absolute software to manage 7,000 device's spread throughout North America Canada United States and Mexico 60% of our employees turnover on a monthly basis so when you have PCs in the field with different users touching those pcs you have to ensure you know where the asset is that the assets secured and if required the asset can be wiped if the PC never comes back to home office with absolute we are able to reach out to our computers and provide new credentials when either the user is no longer with us or that user has forgotten his credentials in order for Aspen to meet our customers requirements we need software that's running all the time that would include security software data backup and recovery software patch management software absolutely allows us not only to install that software but to guarantee it's running and it provides visibility to ensure it's running
Thanks for your comment Sean Ransburg, have a nice day.
- Mauro Byrer, Staff Member
my name's bud van arsdel i work with the utilities commission of new smyrna beach i'm currently overseeing the vegetation management contractors that we recently brought on board back in july asplin we started a system-wide tree trimming program in 2020 prior to this we only trimmed trees on an as needed basis when customers on a particular line or area had already experienced outages due to the vegetation growing too close to the power lines this was identified in our grid modernization plan as one of the key programs we needed to implement to ensure reliability and resiliency of our electric system it's also a matter of safety the tree limbs and branches can act as a conduit for electricity which makes responding to our outages caused by vegetation more dangerous we're seeing the benefits of this program already we just completed 115 miles of the 230 total miles of distribution in our system we've seen a significant reduction in the number of outages caused by overgrowth of vegetation near the power lines which helps keeps the power on for our customers and at the end of the day that's why we're here you
Thanks Janis your participation is very much appreciated
- Mauro Byrer
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I've studied history of computer hardware at Marywood University in Scranton and I am an expert in classical archaeology. I usually feel not specified. My previous job was border patrol agent I held this position for 30 years, I love talking about coloring and virtual reality. Huge fan of Yogi Berra I practice short track and collect bazooka joe comics.
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