A successful mobile deployment using ActiveSync depends on giving users a reliable, stable sync experience. But if any of the many moving parts in the EAS data path fail or...
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Hedge fund administration company Quintillion doubles its asset and investor portfolio while keeping staff levels almost flat, by working with Insight 2 Value to deploy an...
With up to 80% of data center traffic traveling between virtualized servers, end-to-end visibility is a major concern. This paper provides an overview of virtualized data center...
Desktops, laptops, Ultrabooks, tablets, convertibles, and all-in-ones; suddenly hardware decisions seem a lot more complicated. To take advantage of these benefits, the savviest of IT managers have devised a plan for allocating computing devices.
A comprehensive guide for IT departments making the switch from legacy versions of Microsoft Windows to Windows 7 and Windows 8. To date, Windows 8 adoption has been fairly slow, especially in the enterprise.
Touch, cloud, BYOD and IT consumerization dominate the mindshare of IT managers. Windows 8 enters the scene with a host of features that make it the right choice for enterprise computing.
Support for Windows XP has ended, leaving organizations with three choices: Windows 8, Windows 7 or a combination. With the right planning and processes, it is not too late to pull off a smooth and pain-free transition to a more current OS.
This survey was conducted in order to determine the typical PC refresh cycle, the barriers to PC refresh, and key benefits of PC refresh. Five years in the IT business can often span a generation or more of advancements in software