Mark Warren
Friday, 24 March 2017 / Published in 1E News, Featured, Help Desk, IT Security, Windows 10
 About this time last year (March 2016) Gartner published the results of their survey into Windows 10 migration plans in the business sector. Their key finding was that companies expected to be able to complete their migration in “only 23 months.” 23 months now looks like an age. Businesses need a much quicker deployment to maintain security
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,
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
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 &
Friday, 25 November 2016 / Published in Uncategorized, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8
Users of 1E Shopping may want to configure URL redirection in IIS, in order to simplify the URL users need to remember. Since 1E likes to anticipate every eventuality for our customers, our own Biswa Das has written the following redirect guide. Redirection refers to the process of configuring a web server to redirect users from one
Dave Fuller
Wednesday, 26 October 2016 / Published in Software Lifecycle Automation, Uncategorized, Windows 10
Thank you to everyone who participated in our live webinar The Expert Guide to Scalable Windows 10 Migrations. Here is the transcript of the audience Q&A, plus some questions we didn’t have time to answer live. Didn’t get a chance to join us live? You can now watch the recording and highlight clips on-demand here. Q:
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
Mark Warren
Wednesday, 05 October 2016 / Published in Software Lifecycle Automation, Uncategorized, Windows 10
The first in a three-part series by Mark Warren on preparing for your 2017 Windows 10 deployment. We’ve just passed the autumn (or fall) equinox and the days are getting shorter. Before you know it Halloween, Bonfire Night, Thanksgiving, Christmas (depending on where you’re reading this) and the New Year will be upon us. Meanwhile,
Michelle Berninger
Monday, 26 September 2016 / Published in Events, Uncategorized, Windows 10
Think migrating to Windows 10 will be costly, complex and disruptive? Think again. Windows 10 brings a range of new capabilities to your enterprise, including essential new security features to ensure your data, and your reputation, is protected. At Microsoft Ignite 2016, 1E will demo its unique fully-automated Windows 10 migration solution, which leverages Configuration Manager
Thomas McGrath
Friday, 23 September 2016 / Published in Events, Software Lifecycle Automation, Uncategorized, Windows 10
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Exciting news! 1E’s Mike Terrill has been invited by Microsoft to present a special breakout session, Prepare for Windows 10 and UEFI, at Microsoft Ignite 2016 in Atlanta next week. We take it is as a real credit to the work we’ve been doing in an area we know is so important to Microsoft’s Windows