Mark Warren
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 / Published in Featured, Help Desk, OS Deployment, Webinars, Windows 10
In the first of the three-part webinar series on Windows 10 deployment, 1E experts Troy Martin and Jim Bezdan reviewed the high-level issues surrounding rapid migration to the new OS. The second part looked into the update process in more detail. It started by examining the importance of peer-to-peer (P2P) content distribution. P2P has many benefits
Today 1E unveils its new Windows 10 Migration Report. Based on an online survey completed by more than 500 U.S. IT decision makers, the report gives a unique insight into the Windows 10 migration methods currently being employed by today’s enterprises, as well as the intentions and motivations behind them. You can download the report
Happy New Year! Perhaps you’re just returning to work after a well-deserved holiday break. Or maybe you’ve been working through the holidays fire-fighting or getting those infrastructure jobs done that are only possible while the rest of the company is on vacation. Either way, it’s time to get back to whatever resembles a normal work
Last week we shared 1E’s amazing experience in Austin, Texas, watching how Tableau utilized 1E’s advanced Configuration Manager solution Nomad to effectively spin up a 5000 machine company in just a couple of days. Today we have a second installment from Austin, starting with an interview with Configuration Manager sage Johan Arwidmark (Chief Technology Officer, TrueSec), who was flown in specially by Tableau
Keith Garner
Friday, 09 December 2016 / Published in IT Security, OS Deployment, Uncategorized, Windows 10
  As regular readers will know, we are very proud round these parts of the four – count ’em –  distinguished Microsoft MVPs we have in-house. So, as 2016 comes to an end, we have asked them to offer us their New Year reflections. First of all, we’ve got Keith Garner, Solutions Architect, 1E &
Dave Fuller
Thursday, 08 December 2016 / Published in Nomad, OS Deployment, SCCM, Uncategorized, Windows 10
The recent release of Configuration Manager (1610) introduced Peer Cache as a Preview Feature. The Peer Cache concept was first introduced a year ago in the first iteration of Configuration Manager Current Branch (1511) when it was known as Windows PE Peer Cache. It could only be used to share Package content during the Windows
Texas, U.S.A. A small office on the third floor of the Austin Convention Centre, an unassuming hub out of which, for just one week only, almost 5000 endpoints are being managed –  the equivalent of a decent-sized enterprise, thrown up in a matter of days for the Tableau Conference 2016 (or, TC16). Thousands of Tableau
  Last year saw the thirtieth anniversary of Microsoft’s Windows, and today 1E unveils an exclusive, free new microsite, Windows through the years: The history of Microsoft’s IT revolution. It’s an interactive, multi-media and immensely fun history of Windows, all the way from Windows 1.0 to Windows 10, with every success, innovation and misstep covered
Thomas McGrath
Thursday, 17 November 2016 / Published in 1E Partners, BYOD / BYOPC, OS Deployment, SCCM, Uncategorized, Windows 10
Microsoft MVP Keith Garner is a Solutions Architect at 1E. Prior to joining us, however, Keith spent over twenty years as an IT consultant, working the Windows Product Group, the Surface Product Group, and the Configuration Manager Group, among others. He also worked for Microsoft IT, where he helped design and implement the Windows deployment
That’s a pretty tricky title to get right. I wanted to find something that didn’t disrespect Systems Center Configuration (SCCM) – after all, it is the de facto standard for systems management in the Windows world and it does a great job. It’s used by a phenomenal number of companies around the world. At the