Mandy Fisher is the Digital Marketing Manager at 1E. She is a journalist, actor, and content creator. She has been seen on Broadway, in magazines like Real Simple, as well as sites like Mashable, USA Today, and Forbes. Photos and videos are all her own. She lives in New York City and drinks too much coffee.
When you look at the role of a “company” in today’s world, the responsibility a business has towards its employees and customers now contains something that didn’t exist 50 years ago: an IT estate. With the advancement of technology comes the woes for when the technology fails. Because every company today is deemed a “digital”
Saturday, 25 March 2017 / Published in 1E News, Featured, Tachyon
Last week we explained the scientific origins of the tachyon particle. While we’ve briefly touched on their existence, we wanted to share some of our favorite instances of tachyons in popular culture. You’ve no doubt heard them being referenced in Star Trek, but here are some other fun examples of tachyons in science fiction, movies,
Friday, 17 March 2017 / Published in 1E News, Featured, Tachyon
If you’ve ever seen a single episode of Star Trek, you’ve heard Captain Picard talk to his crew about Tachyon particles. So as not to disrupt the storyline, you continue watching, nodding along as if you know what he’s talking about. You don’t know, though. “Tachyon” sounds like technical space jargon. And, well, it is.
Thursday, 16 February 2017 / Published in 1E News, Featured, Green IT, NightWatchman, Thursday Thoughts
Google “green technology” and this is what you’ll see: That sounds fantastic, right? You don’t get the full picture of what it is, though. What about the impact of non-green technology versus “green technology”? From saving and generating energy to utilizing non-toxic products, “green technology” incorporates multiple materials, people, and practices to achieve this stature. It’s
Wednesday, 15 February 2017 / Published in Featured, SCCM, Webinars, Windows 10
Last week, experts and MVPs Mike Terrill and Kent Agerlund defined success with Configuration Manager in 2017. They took us through the highlights from 2016 and showed us what to look for when planning for this year. If you are working with a blank slate and haven’t upgraded to Configuration Manager 1610, you’ll have to download version
Wednesday, 08 February 2017 / Published in 1E Customers, Software Lifecycle Automation
It’s a pleasure to announce our most recent partnership with Schneider Electric. One of the great joys of 1E is providing companies with safer, faster, better ways to upgrade their OS. Even multinational companies like Schneider Electric have their struggles and that’s where 1E makes a difference. Like a gallant knight on a white horse,
Wednesday, 01 February 2017 / Published in 1E Community, Charity, Featured
As we mentioned at the start of the year, our company one-word mantra for 2017 is “Velocity”. We are aiming high and moving fast. With this fierce approach to the year comes a reminder, (starting every Wednesday, in fact), that we must take the time in our fast paced ways to acknowledge what makes 1E
Monday, 30 January 2017 / Published in 1E Community, Featured, MVP Monday, SCCM
You may have seen our post about MVP Mondays. (If you haven’t, now is a good time to read about our new program). But what does it take to become an MVP? Microsoft describes an MVP as an “expert who has an unstoppable urge to get their hands on new, exciting technologies and [whom] love
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 / Published in 1E Community, 1E Customers
In case you missed it and didn’t already know, Airbus takes their projects quite “seriously”.  CEO Tom Enders sets his sights super high and wants everyone to know.  He announced a projection to having full scale prototypes of revolutionary urban aircraft by the end of the year.  It’s pretty ambitions—and unbelievably exciting, radical, and thought provoking. Like
Tuesday, 24 January 2017 / Published in 1E Community, 1E News, Thursday Thoughts
Thanks to the many corporate trips taken over the years, the 1E Team has accrued some helpful tips and tricks to surviving traveling woes. Traveling can be aggravating. But traveling out of the country can be a downright nightmare. How many hours have you lost standing on line waiting for security clearance? Don’t get me started