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Posts written by Barry Angell

Barry is a co-founder of Juriba, where he works as CEO to drive the company strategy. He is an experienced End User Services executive that has helped manage thousands of users, computers, applications and mailboxes to their next IT platform. He has saved millions of dollars for internal departments and customers alike through product, project, process and service delivery efficiency.

Workplace Automation: Defined Less Than 100 Words

In a recent vendor briefing with Gartner, they mentioned that many large enterprises are getting stuck on Windows 10 1809 because they have not been able to streamline and automate the processes ...

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Building Your Business Case For App Testing & Packaging Automation

Despite slightly increasing IT budgets, better visibility, and higher prioritization of IT projects, enterprise IT organizations are under enormous pressure to do more with less. Mounting ...

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What To Make Of The Windows 11 / Sun Valley Rumors

For months, there have been hints. Microsoft watchers like Mary J. Foley, Zac Bowden, and Tom Warren have been talking about an upcoming "big update" for at least twelve months. Now, Microsoft ...

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The Impact Of Windows Virtual Desktop On Your Application Management Strategy

Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is a super hot topic with our customers right now as it promises to enable Work-From-Anywhere strategies securely and productively while drastically reducing the ...

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AppM Automation Platform

Juriba Launches AppM To Help You Manage Application Change In Minutes

Test & Package Applications Faster With Automation Juriba is delighted to announce the launch of AppM, their automated application platform enhancing their end-to-end IT delivery solution. ...

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Windows Virtual Desktop drastically reduces IT maintenance and cost.

What Heads Of Workplace Needs To Know About Windows Virtual Desktop

To many, Microsoft's Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is still a mystery. Although it has been around since 2019 and demand for it increased drastically over the last year when employees suddenly found ...

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Sorry, Microsoft's Cloud PC Won't Solve Your Constant Upgrade Problem

In early June of last year, on their public career page, Microsoft posted a job opening for a program manager for their Microsoft Cloud PC team. In the post, Microsoft gave few details and simply ...

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5 Non-Technical Skills Your Business-as-Usual IT Team Must Have To Avoid Becoming Obsolete In This New As-A-Service World

(Originally published on Oct. 3rd, 2017, updated on May 5th, 2021) If you ask a bunch of different CIOs what is the biggest barrier to achieving his/her goals, you will likely hear the same answer: ...

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Should You Use Desktop Analytics To Manage Your Windows 10 Servicing?

With so many Enterprises stuck on version 1809 of Windows 10, it is not surprising to see organizations looking towards the open market to find a solution to the ongoing Windows 10 update problem. ...

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What Is The Difference Between The Office 365 Enterprise Plans?

Last month we wrote a detailed post about the different update channels to choose from for Microsoft 365 (Office 365 ProPlus) based on your organization's needs, as well as the name changes that have ...

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Microsoft 365 (Office 365 ProPlus) Servicing Channel Changes Explained

There have been a lot of changes in 2020 with regard to how Microsoft is servicing their as-a-service products such as Windows 10 and Office 365. You can see our posts that we regularly update on the ...

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Introducing Your Go-To Resource For Evergreen IT Management

In the past few years, we have published way over 50 pieces of content on Evergreen IT Management in an effort to inspire you, help you get started, manage your upgrades as efficiently as possible, ...

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