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Orod Arbabzadeh's picture

Microsoft held a Windows 9 event yesterday (September 30, 2014) in San Francisco. I watched the live tweeting from Tom Warren of The Verge, the only person I could find on Twitter who was invited to the event. Microsoft kept this event small, invited only a handful of reporters and did not webcast it for the public. 

Jason Myers's picture

VMware NSX has the ability to reinvent the way organizations look at implementing advanced features for their network infrastructure. Gone are the days of buying expensive dedicated physical hardware. Organizations consisting of up to 1,000 hosts and 10,000 virtual machines can take another step closer to the Software Defined Data Center by decoupling the network services to the abstraction layer of NSX.

Joni Lupo's picture

Lightweight disaster recovery with Symantec NetBackup allows you to minimize your hardware/software buy. Do you want to optimize your current disaster recovery (DR) solution?  You can save time and money by integrating the Symantec lightweight DR with your current infrastructure. Here’s how your organization, with the assistance of En Pointe, can benefit by using NetBackup DR.

christopher mantooth's picture

If you are migrating to Office 365 from a non-exchange platform, your users may be accustomed to looking up conference rooms by checking all rooms available to them and then picking the room they want depending on which ones are available. In Office 365, they will be using Room Mailboxes to schedule meetings in conference rooms and, by default, they cannot see all the rooms unless they pick them all.

Anthony Clendenen's picture

As someone who has spent countless hours working on the Microsoft campus, being employed by multiple Microsoft partners and after spending years with customers, listening to their honest feedback on Microsoft and their products, I believe I have a different perspective than most people on Microsoft. In this article, I will explain what I think about the new strategy of Microsoft, the future of Microsoft and Windows and why.

JD Sherry's picture

The Obama administration’s Digital Government and Digital Campus initiatives promise great things for the future of government services and the provision of education to our nation’s children. Yet, with the improved collaboration, efficiency and innovation as more services move online, come increased risks. From state and local government to higher education colleges and K-12 campuses, there is a treasure trove of valuable information available. And today’s hackers are ready and able to take advantage of any gap in your defences to strike.

Orod Arbabzadeh's picture

Building an app using Azure will require four fundamental parts. Each part provides a strategic solution to allow your business to properly scale and take advantage of professional business services. The hardest part is choosing what you want your app to do.

Tobey Amy's picture

Either I am experiencing Déjà vu or I just got word that Microsoft is announcing another round of their SMB Advantage program…Well, it looks like it isn’t Deja vu because Microsoft has struck again. They have officially announced another round of subsidy funding for all SMB clients.

Christopher Chute's picture

A few weeks ago, VMware held its 11th annual VMworld partner/user conference in San Francisco. With 22,000 users, partners, press, and other influencers in attendance, VMworld continues to be one of the largest trade shows for the IT management professional.

Richard Ptak's picture

I’ve spent more than a few years working with technology vendors, business and enterprise IT staff as they work together to effectively deploy IT infrastructure and resources to achieve enterprise goals. Change, to a greater or lesser extent, is ongoing, and that makes IT’s job of fast, reliable service delivery challenging and frustrating, but ultimately rewarding.