Articles relating to Systems Management

Rime of the Ancient Admin
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
Ed Aldrich
Monday, 20 February 2017 / Published in Digital Disruption, Featured, MVP Monday, SCCM, Systems Management
“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
If you can recall the days of lifecycle management in 2007 and 2012, Configuration Manager (CM) was not always as straightforward as many CM administrators wanted it to be. Typically, after the initial implementation, (as an admin) you had to deal with hotfixes, updates, and service packs on a regular basis. Applying these was a
windows 10 migration
I hope you managed to join our recent webinar on avoiding creaking infrastructure, stressed IT staff and cranky users during your Windows 10 migration. We covered a number of steps you can start taking now to prepare for a smooth migration to Windows 10 and talked about ways to automate the process. If you missed
remote working
Microsoft Office 365 is a great tool, but deploying and updating it can present a challenge for companies. Not only does deployment have to be carried out by an administrator – making self-service impossible – but updates are streamed down from the internet and can swallow up vital network bandwidth. 1E subject matter expert Mike
Digital Disruption
Digital disruption is in – and your CIO is on the way out. Far too few organizations – only 7% according to Gartner – are fully digital and the rest will take them years to catch up. If only they had the time. From 1E, the Software Lifecycle Automation company, COO Nick Milne-Home has already
Shikha Rav
Monday, 24 August 2015 / Published in IT Security, Systems Management, Uncategorized
aeroplane_flight
At the end of last year, I published a blog on test automation best practice – a topic that has suddenly popped into the spotlight again thanks to the Federal Aviation Administration’s recent weekend disaster. A newly implemented software which was meant to enhance the en-route tracking system and get jetliners to their destinations more
Nomad release cake
Today 1E is proud to announce the general availability release of Nomad 6.0!! 8.5 months and over 6K hours were spent adding new features and enhancements that will help turbocharge your Windows 10 migration. You can learn exactly how it does this by joining our Nomad 6.0 Launch webinar on September 3, 2015. Sincere thanks
I recently was at a customer that used a build depot for Windows OS deployment to new and previously used computers before they were delivered to employees’ offices. The depot enabled the customer to build up to 100 computers a day and the customer had the peace of mind knowing that every computer being built
Well, we talked about the five reasons not to migrate to Windows 8, but instead to skip straight to Windows 10, and since you believe that was 100% solid, let us talk now about what you need to do in order to be prepared for that jump to diez. Or, as we like to call