Andrew Levey is a product marketing manager, working out of 1E’s London Office. He’s currently working on our free Software Intelligence tool, which helps organizations identify how Software Lifecycle Automation can benefit them. Andrew’s worked in product marketing for over 15 years, for a variety of technology companies including Toshiba and LexisNexis. He lives in London, and sings with the London Gay Men’s Chorus.
By now, many organizations are in the early or mid-stages of planning their Windows 10 migration, which will involve transferring potentially the largest installation package ever (which could be 3GB or more) to every PC in the organization, in every location.  Transferring such a huge amount of data is bound to have an impact on
Andrew Levey
Monday, 25 July 2016 / Published in Free Tools, IT Security, Uncategorized
security
With cyber security breaches hitting the headlines on a frequent basis these days, it’s hardly surprising that security and privacy ranked 2nd in the top 10 IT management issues for 2016 in the most recent Society for Information Management (SIM) annual survey. While there’s no doubt that cyber hackers are getting more innovative in their
Enterprise Data Protection
Bring Your Own Device (or BYOD – where an employee uses a personal device to access privileged company information and applications) has seen a massive increase over the last few years, and Gartner now predicts that 70% of mobile professionals will conduct their work on personal smart devices by 2018. But while BYOD can be
Andrew Levey
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 / Published in 1E News, Nomad, Products, Uncategorized
Today marks the release of version 5.2 of Nomad 2012, 1E’s Software Deployment and Systems Management solution. This new release provides the following features: Single Site Peer Backup Assistant – can make use of single site data to locate potential PBA data stores at the local site not just the local subnet. High-Availability Peer Backup
Andrew Levey
Monday, 11 March 2013 / Published in 1E News, Nomad, Products, SCCM, Uncategorized, Windows 8, Windows Server
Nomad Report showing graph of network utilization through stacking what nomad is downloading from DP, Peers and multicast
We are pleased to announce that support for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1 with Nomad 2012 is now complete and a new maintenance release of Nomad 2012 is now available on the 1E Support portal, which we would encourage our customers to download. This release also provides support for Windows 8 and Windows Server