Juriba is proud to announce that in a continuing commitment to supporting the local community, we are now the proud sponsor of Kent based Under 15 Football Team, Hartley De Sales FC.
Oct 26, 2016 3:47:53 PM / by Clio Ionni
Oct 26, 2016 3:19:07 PM / by Barry Angell
With IT departments battling stagnant or minimal increases in budget for several years in a row, the management of a massive IT transformation projects (such as a Windows 10 upgrade) is a somewhat unwelcome distraction, spawning risk, disruption, and cost. Thankfully, large scale IT migrations may soon be a thing of the past, with many companies looking towards Evergreen IT to solve these issues in the long-term.
Rightfully so, since organizations that embrace and deliver Evergreen IT are in constant control of their IT environment. Software and hardware upgrades are handled in a "Business as Usual," on-demand basis. There is no need for big-bang migrations anymore as systems and applications are maintained to an N-x level on a regular basis, and updates are planned within weeks of a new patch or release from the manufacturer. Consequently, this results in more secure, up-to-date systems that aren't as easily breached or hacked.
However, many companies are not too keen on overhauling their entire IT landscape. Instead, they are looking to subscribe to software-as-a-service or cloud-based products (e.g., Office 365) that fulfill the same function, improve agility, and enable greater control and a reduction in IT management costs/efforts.
The biggest Microsoft event for IT professionals ended just over two weeks ago now and it couldn’t have been more exciting! Microsoft Ignite was held in Atlanta this year and the company announced a number of new services designed to help organizations become more secure, more "digital" and more cloud-driven.
Oct 14, 2016 5:49:43 PM / by Barry Angell
For many years, Evergreen IT has been imagined by many CTO's and CIO's as the cure-all for their IT management issues. But sadly, many organizations have tried and failed to implement Evergreen IT, and seemingly nobody got close to achieving the goal until now.
However, with organizations migrating to technology such as Windows 10 and Office 365, the building blocks for successful Evergreen IT Implementations are there, and achieving it is becoming more likely.
To understand why, let's first have a look at why previous efforts to build Evergreen IT have failed:
Oct 4, 2016 5:11:06 PM / by Clio Ionni
With the first anniversary of the initial Windows 10 release just behind us, it becomes clear that despite having been the fastest adopted Microsoft operating system ever in the consumer space, there are some pain points for enterprise adoption which need to be addressed.
Oct 4, 2016 8:35:00 AM / by Barry Angell