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Fighting Fire - How CIOs Extinguish Reactive IT

Fighting Fire – How CIOs Extinguish Reactive IT

By Vincent Bieri • August 16, 2017

Everything old is new again, at least for CIOs. That’s the word from Forbes, which notes that the top concerns for CIOs this year haven’t really changed from 2016: They’re still worried about cybersecurity, IT talent and the skill shortage and alignment of IT with the business.

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Proving IT’s Business Value: Dark Art or Light at End of Corporate Tunnel?

Proving IT’s Business Value: Dark Art or Light at End of Corporate Tunnel?

By Vincent Bieri • August 10, 2017

What’s the purpose of business IT? Historically, technology departments were regarded as necessary budget lines to ensure corporate tech stayed up and running. Even recent developments such as cloud computing and big data analysis have focused less on the value IT brings to the organization and more on the role of technology professionals in making […]

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Nexthink Hits the Hype Cycle — What You Need to Know

Nexthink Hits the Hype Cycle — What You Need to Know

By Vincent Bieri • July 27, 2017

IT support and service is evolving. As noted by Data Center Knowledge, application performance monitoring (APM) solutions are now rapidly transitioning into what research firm Gartner calls “Digital Experience Management” or DEM.

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Windows 10 Migration: It’s About Experience Not Operating Systems

Windows 10 Migration: It’s About Experience Not Operating Systems

By Vincent Bieri • July 27, 2017

This year, most organizations will make the move from Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10. Gartner predicts that by the end of 2017, 85% of all enterprises will have at least started to deploy Windows 10 on their devices, with an eye to completing their migrations in 2019. It has been the fastest start […]

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Overages and Outages? Solving the Problem of Unplanned Downtime

Overages and Outages? Solving the Problem of Unplanned Downtime

By Vincent Bieri • July 6, 2017

“Unplanned downtime”. If you’re looking to rile up IT admins or send tech experts into a cold sweat, there are few better phrases. It makes sense — according to recent research from Veeam, enterprises are losing $21.8 million per year on average in downtime and 87 percent expect an increase to future downtime costs. The […]

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Nexthink Community and Nexthink Academy offer Education, Peer Learning and Inspiration for Customers, Partners

Nexthink Community and Nexthink Academy offer Education, Peer Learning and Inspiration for Customers, Partners

By Heather Moses • June 26, 2017

In today’s digital age, online communities and virtual classrooms are sprouting up everywhere.  It’s how today’s students, employees, partners and customers learn, engage with peers, network and even socialize. That’s why we just launched Nexthink Community and Nexthink Academy – providing a forum for Nexthinkers, customers and partners to learn from each other, share ideas […]

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Wanna Patch Or Wanna Cry?

Wanna Patch Or Wanna Cry?

By Vincent Bieri • May 23, 2017

There was an interesting article in Financial Times this week that explains why it takes companies so long to patch their systems. It’s a shame to always have to hear from security professionals “if you would have installed this patch, this update, this version you wouldn’t have been compromised”. So, how can we accelerate patching operations to […]

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WannaCry is Only the Beginning:  New Age of Growing Ransomware Attacks Requires Greater Organizational Vigilance

WannaCry is Only the Beginning: New Age of Growing Ransomware Attacks Requires Greater Organizational Vigilance

By Jon Blumenfeld • May 15, 2017

The WannaCry (WCry) ransomware is spreading across organizations’ desktops and servers around the globe faster than wildfire and impacting virtually every business function. This Ransomware can propagate between desktops and servers and uses a recent exploit, which was patched by Microsoft on March 14, yet has been slow to be adopted by many organizations.

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Are you Vulnerable to the WannaCry Ransomware?

Are you Vulnerable to the WannaCry Ransomware?

By Jon Blumenfeld • May 15, 2017

There’s a very high likelihood that you are vulnerable to WannaCry (WCry) and you don’t even know it. This ransomware is spreading across many organizations’ desktops and servers around the globe faster than the plague and impeding on different business functions.

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