We are all thrilled about the release of The Creators Update (CB). It’s one of those announcements that is “very interesting” to the industry. Ironically, it’s called the Creators Update, yet you will be hard pressed to find articles about the new creation aspects. For Enterprise IT, there are several items that immediately catch your attention
It’s MVP Monday, but today we are hearing from 1E’s VP of Engineering, Sean Capes. Recently at 1E, we’ve undertaken a fairly fundamental change in our development practice: we are getting our software engineers to own quality control. Of course, the mantra of the team owning quality is well known and applied. Scrum teams is an
Emile Cabot is a Microsoft MVP who will be speaking on April 20th at the Windows 10 Workshop event in Toronto. Don’t miss his session called, ‘Why moving to Win 10 is important to all organizations’. For the majority of organizations, Windows 10 adoption can’t happen soon enough. The security enhancements bring on a sigh
One of the perks of working for a technology company like 1E is having a lot of really smart co-workers. Like engineers of all persuasions everywhere, they do not like having a problem without an answer. They dig and dig until the truth is revealed! Occasionally, however, the answer evades them despite their best effort.
Our next event for Configuration Manager is open for registration NOW! Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about ConfigMgr in 2017. The version 1702 of Configuration Manager Current Branch is around the corner and the adoption of 1610 is enormous. If you are not on 1610 yet, you can wait until 1702 will ship
A First Foray into THE CLOUD via Intune (#3 in a series) The moving parts of Intune: Can any be mapped to Configuration Manager? My previous post in this series gave a basic introduction of Intune and provided several scenarios that described how to implement some of the features themselves. Those scenarios and others
A First Foray into THE CLOUD via Intune (#2 in a series) The first stop: Introduction to Intune Using the linked reference above as my starting point and source of basic information (with attribution given in my first post in this series), let’s try to dissect it from my experience as a traditional Configuration Manager
“I’m old, not obsolete!” Pops, Terminator Genisys For the literary-minded among you, it’s clear that the subtitle is a blatant play on words from the famous old poem Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor (1834). We’ve all heard of the concept of, “…having an Albatross hanging around your neck”. (See the link for the metaphor) I’ve been in