As we enter the New Year and prepare for a bracing 12 months of activity in the IT department, it’s useful to consider what operating system your team will be relying on. You may have been on the fence about upgrading to Windows 10 in the past but are now getting closer to planning your deployment.
Jan 25, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by Barry Angell
Jan 22, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by Barry Angell
Enterprises striving to remain nimble beyond their initial growth stages must be able to recognize and adapt to the changes in today's workplace which often require them to make adjustments regarding hardware and software solutions. This involves keeping the lines of communication open and periodically reviewing your IT strategy to make sure it will continue to support your operations as efficiently as possible.
Jan 20, 2016 1:13:33 PM / by Barry Angell
2015 was a busy year for Microsoft with the release of Office 365 E5, Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, an entirely new version of its Windows operating system. By the looks of things, 2016 won't be slowing down as the company prepares for the release of SCCM 2016, SharePoint 2016, Exchange 2016, Server 2016 and many more new Azure based products and features to come.
So let's take a closer look at what industry disruptions and innovations Microsoft brought to market in 2015. Microsoft did far more than just release three new products in the last year. There were five distinct ways that Microsoft has transformed, disrupted and driven innovation in the Enterprise IT space on 2015 and will continue to do so in the upcoming year:
This post is part of the "Definitive Guide To Windows 10 Servicing" blog series.
Choosing the right Windows 10 Servicing option for your end users can be daunting. For one thing, it's a big decision that affects a lot of components in your IT landscape long-term. On the other hand, it can be a bit confusing based on the available information. But don't worry, we are trying to sort that out for you. Last month, we compared the most important Windows 10 Servicing Options for enterprises. Today, we will answer the five most frequently asked questions in this regard: