<img src="https://secure.leadforensics.com/51024.png" style="display:none;">

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.

Windows 10 Summit blog post

On-Demand Webinar: Windows 10 Summit

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 ...

Barry Angell
Win10CompatibilityProblem

Why Windows 10 Enterprise Application Compatibility Is A Bigger Problem Now Than 5 Years Ago

It is easy to get caught up in Microsoft's marketing message that tells us application compatibility with Windows 10 isn't an issue any more. In fact, Microsoft claims that 99% of all Windows 7 ...

Barry Angell
Copy of Windows-as-a-Service Management Project Plan

How The New WaaS Project Plan Differs From The Windows 10 Migration Project Plan

A few days ago, we launched our brand-new Windows-as-a-Service (WaaS) Project Plan, a fully customizable template with nearly 700 action items to speedily and efficiently manage your Windows 10 ...

Barry Angell
WaaSProjectPlanMockup

Introducing The New Windows-as-a-Service (WaaS) Project Plan For Maximum Velocity Upgrades

It's been a long time coming, but it is finally here — our brand-new Windows-as-a-Service Management Project Plan Template! And I am thrilled to finally share with you some details on it. This ...

Barry Angell
EvergreenITInfographic

Traditional IT vs. Evergreen IT Management [Infographic]

When we started talking about the importance of Evergreen IT management in late 2015, there was almost no information out there on this new IT management approach. But within a few months, hundreds ...

Barry Angell
5 Critical IT KPIs That Will Improve With Evergreen IT

5 Critical IT KPIs That Will Improve With Evergreen IT

You may have heard that Evergreen IT is very beneficial as it increases your IT landscape's security and performance. You may have also heard that it lowers your ongoing IT maintenance costs. But how ...

Barry Angell
desktop analytics journey edited

Desktop Analytics 101 - What You Need To Know

A few weeks ago, I participated in two interesting sessions at the Microsoft Ignite Tour: one about Microsoft Autopilot, which we have extensively covered in the past, and one about Desktop ...

Barry Angell
Q&As Flexera webinar blog post

Time Is Up For Windows 7 - How To Position Your Organization For Windows 10 And Beyond [Q&As]

  Last month, we partnered with Flexera to present the webinar entitled "Time is up for Windows 7: How to position your organization for Windows 10 and beyond" hosted by myself and Adam Jeffries, ...

Barry Angell
ITTransformationAdvice

The Worst Pieces Of IT Transformation Advice We Have Ever Heard

We all know that hindsight is always 20/20. There is probably nothing more frustrating than realizing that you just made a huge mistake, and then looking back and realizing that you should have known ...

Barry Angell
Flexera webinar blog post

Time Is Up For Windows 7: How To Position Your Organization For Windows 10 & Beyond [On-Demand Webinar]

Last week, I had the pleasure of hosting a webinar with our partner Flexera entitled "Time is up for Windows 7: How to position your organization for Windows 10 and beyond". If you missed it or you ...

Barry Angell
Dashworks updates 2018

Every Dashworks Update in 2018

2018 was the busiest year for our development team here at Juriba so we thought it might be useful to put out a summary of the major changes. As customer requests for functionality grow so does the ...

Barry Angell
HeadstartWindows10Migration

5 Week Step-by-Step Plan On Getting A Head-Start On Your 2019 Windows 10 Migration

2018 has been be a big year for enterprise IT teams — but for those who still haven't made the move to Windows 10 and adopted a repeatable and scalable Windows-as-a-Service Management framework, 2019 ...

Barry Angell