Atlanta, GA – December 5, 2016 – iVision has unveiled an Automated Alert Response System (AARS) that helps gather technical details and self-heal a customer’s managed environments in near real-time, enabling them to respond quickly, ensure business continuity and lower risk. AARS’ automated “smart” alerts not only advise of system interruptions, but also detail problems […]
Most organizations make heavy use of PowerShell, but it is much less common to see its remote management features deployed. It is even less common to see remote management secured using HTTPS. There are no good resources for maintaining the WinRM listener’s health, and updating the machine certificate used by the listener once the initial SSL certificate expires or is revoked. Until now!
A rapid-results IT health check and roadmap help a major league sports team take full advantage of SCCM features and functionality.
We can’t just point and click our way to answers anymore. The modern IT Infrastructure has more devices, more computers, more phones, more Access Points, Storage Units and Servers than ever before. Virtualized Infrastructure made it easy for us to “just add another VM”, and before we knew it, we all ended up with Infrastructure Sprawl. If we’re trying to manage our systems and get work done using the Next-Next-Next-Finish style of systems administration, we’re all going to have to work through lunch, and the weekend’s not looking too good either.
With Microsoft’s announcement and release of Windows Server 2016 (official name) Technical Preview 2, they have also released Nano Server. Ever since the early announcement of Nano Server I’ve been very anxious to try it out. One thing is for sure….it’s not easy to get going. And I hope that changes once 2016 is RTM’ed.
The company I work for is full of people who share the passion for learning as much as they can as early as possible. With that said, there has been a number of us running Windows 10 since late last year. In late January a few of us took the plunge to not only “play with it” but run it on our primary production device. For me this is my Surface Pro 3. It is a combination of a tablet and a laptop in one. If you haven’t tried it out, you should. I am not a “promote all things Microsoft” but on this one they got it right.