Do you dread having to pitch Windows 10 Service Management to your executives? Will they perceive it as yet another service they have to dole out cash for or think it is Business-as-Usual and not understand why you need additional resources and budget to upgrade to the latest version of Windows 10 every six to twelve months?
Jun 24, 2019 7:55:00 AM / by Barry Angell
Jun 20, 2019 8:45:00 AM / by Barry Angell
When today's CIO talks about Digital Transformation, they are looking at a huge number of IT initiatives to increase productivity, reduce cost, improve agility and deliver the best experience to customers.
With so many market options, our CIOs are spending a lot of time and energy on scouting out new technology to enable their Digital Transformation initiatives. But it is also an opportunity to look at our own end user platforms and ensure that our own employees are as productive as possible and also receiving the best possible IT experience. This trend results in a surge of popularity for cloud computing, virtualization, and Evergreen IT — often complicating future platform choices!
Although the decision regarding which physical or virtual platforms your end users will be running on is important as it directly impacts the productivity of your employees, it is often neglected in the planning process or treated as an afterthought.
On May 30 and July 2, Juriba's CTO, Barry Angell, presented a session entitled 'How to get your executive management fired up about Evergreen IT after your Windows 10 migration' at the Ivanti Windows 10 Summit. The conference was hosted entirely online and it is still available to watch on-demand.