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The Importance of Root Cause Analysis in IT Optimization

by Kurt Hildebrand | 07.31.15

It’s a jungle out there. And by “out there” we mean your enterprise IT. And by “jungle” we mean the huge number of technologies like ABAP, Java, and .NET that handle your business processes on multiple system components. Of course these service-enabled, distributed, heterogeneous systems can be accessed on all those BYOD via many different channels. One of the great challenges all this causes is finding out why performance is degrading. In short, have you ever tried to find one root (cause) in a jungle?

Tags:BYODCloudSecurityServersSoftware-defined networking

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Keeping IT Simple

Mobile Collaboration Doesn’t Have to Be So Complicated

by Tim Allen | 07.21.15

“Elegant code” is the ultimate compliment for a programmer. It means the work is as clean and simple as it can be. Only that which is absolutely necessary is used, and as a result it diminishes the chance of a bug slipping in.

Tags:BYODEnterpriseMobile Device ManagementMobile devicesSecurity

Upgrade

The Upsides to Upgrading Windows Server

What 2012 Has Over 2003

by Jonathan Clark | 07.14.15

Windows Server 2003 was a breakthrough platform. With its reliable and stable environment it’s no wonder why it’s still popular today. Unfortunately, with end of service imminent, it will no longer be viable for enterprise computing. Security, compliance, and maintenance costs will expand rapidly while new security risks pop up all over the horizon.

Here’s a rundown of some of the incredible differences in performance and capabilities you’ll see when you step into the present with Windows Server 2012.

Tags:Active DirectoryComplianceOptimize StorageSecurityVirtualizationWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012

Mobile Computing

Adding Mobile Computing to Your Business

Can Your Servers Handle It?

by Lane Shelton | 07.13.15

As organizations increasingly require access for a growing number of mobile devices, new workloads are required on back-office servers to integrate tablets and smartphones with existing applications, files, and functions. Organizations still running Windows Server 2003 may find they are unable to support the mobility functions that end users now demand to maintain a competitive edge.

Tags:MicrosoftMobilitySecurityWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012

Upgrade

It's Not Too Late to Upgrade from Server 2003

How to Migrate to 2012 Quickly and Safely

by Lane Shelton | 07.10.15

By the time you read this, the July 14, 2015 deadline for the end of support for Windows Server 2003 may have already passed, leaving millions of servers around the world in limbo. End of support means open season for hackers and malware writers, safe in the knowledge that there are no more patches coming to repair new security holes.

Tags:Hyper-VITPC ConnectionSecurityVirtualizationVMwareWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012

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