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CIOs Executing on the New Normal for a Stronger 2021 & Beyond

CIOs Executing on the New Normal for a Stronger 2021 & Beyond

Published: Jun 11, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

Amidst all the uncertainty and devastation of the past few months, there has also been a lot of collaboration and community. I have been privileged to witness firsthand the incredible sharing happening between the 100+ clients that iVision serves. These CIOs and technology leaders in the iVision ecosystem have been openly sharing best practices, lessons […]

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Conversational AI: Practical Applications

Conversational AI: Practical Applications

Published: Jun 10, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) engines are evolving at an exciting pace, making integration with existing applications easier than ever. One of the most accessible concepts to start your AI journey with is a conversational AI engine. Most providers have had stable conversational AI offerings available since 2017 and the increased adoption has […]

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A Recruiter’s Advice for a Successful Virtual Job Search

A Recruiter’s Advice for a Successful Virtual Job Search

Published: Jun 4, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

We have never experienced a pandemic or any economic crisis of this magnitude and are in uncharted territory. From mid-March 2020 to the end of May, roughly 40 million Americans applied for unemployment. Today, we want to offer valuable advice for finding the right career opportunities at growth-oriented organizations right now. We will share best […]

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Teleworking is Here to Stay: Tips for Remote Work

Teleworking is Here to Stay: Tips for Remote Work

Published: May 15, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   2 Comments

In only a few short months, the work landscape has been forever changed. Prior to COVID-19, few could have imagined an incident like this. While many organizations prepared for disruptive incidents in their business continuity planning, almost no one was ready for the devastating impact of a global event. Not only that, businesses are having […]

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How Navigating Adversity Prepares Us for Opportunity

How Navigating Adversity Prepares Us for Opportunity

Published: May 12, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

A letter from Gabe Damiani, iVision CEO & Founder At the beginning of this year, iVision was at a point of inflection. Our business was coming off a record year of growth — marching toward a new revenue model, grooming our next generation of leaders and preparing to celebrate the company’s 16th birthday. Then things […]

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4 Ways that Board Games Build Stronger Teams

4 Ways that Board Games Build Stronger Teams

Published: May 6, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   One Comment

Because we are currently separated from each other, we have had to press pause on many of our favorite internal iVision events. However, we know that someday in the future we will be back and socializing in person again. There is a lot that we have learned along the way, so today we are sharing […]

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How to Keep Video Collaboration Secure During COVID-19

How to Keep Video Collaboration Secure During COVID-19

Published: Apr 21, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

Virtual collaboration is nothing new, but the current coronavirus outbreak has significantly increased the need at organizations for remote tools. Companies are coping with the migration of their workforce to their homes. As a result, virtual meeting software and collaboration tools have quickly become one of the most important pieces of business software. Whether for working […]

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Teleworker Security: Tips to Protect Your Remote Workforce

Teleworker Security: Tips to Protect Your Remote Workforce

Published: Apr 16, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

The dramatic expansion of remote work in response to the COVID-19 outbreak has raised concerns about teleworker security. According to KnowBe4, a leading security awareness platform, phishing attacks increased over 667% in March 2020. With many of our clients shifting to a remote workforce almost overnight, it became clear for all of us at iVision […]

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HCI: The Journey to Hyperconvergence

HCI: The Journey to Hyperconvergence

Published: Apr 10, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

The data center has gone through many transformations, but none so pronounced as that of virtualization. Data center footprints contracted greatly and opened the way for converged infrastructure with pre-qualified designs for storage, compute, networking, and virtualization. There have also been similar shifts for IT teams. The number of people required to manage the modern […]

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Is NVMe-oF the Future of Storage?

Is NVMe-oF the Future of Storage?

Published: Apr 7, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

Over the past several years, there has been a lot of talk about NVMe – or non-volatile memory express. Even with its heightened popularity, adoption rates for NVMe have been low in most enterprise data center environments. More and more vendors are also increasingly supporting NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF). But what does this mean for […]

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Microsoft Teams: The Ultimate Guide for Remote Work

Microsoft Teams: The Ultimate Guide for Remote Work

Published: Apr 2, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

Organizations worldwide have shifted to remote work in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. However, many of them were not prepared for such a significant change in their day-to-day operations. Even for those that are equipped with the right technology, they may not fully understand how to implement it. Microsoft Teams has been a game changer […]

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How to Secure VPN Access for Your Teleworkers

How to Secure VPN Access for Your Teleworkers

Published: Mar 27, 2020   |   Author:    |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments

Very few organizations were fully prepared for the amount of remote work that is now mandated across the United States. As companies are still troubleshooting their teleworking systems and processes, they may be open to security threats. As the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently warned, there are specific cyber […]

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