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By Rob O'Shaughnessy, Director of Software Licensing There’s some good news, and there’s some bad news. The good news is Windows 2012 R2 is being released…the bad news you have to pay for it.
By John Dixon, Consulting Architect, LogicsOne If you’ve ever tried your hand at auto racing like I did recently at Road Atlanta, you’ll know that putting up a great lap time is all about technique. If you’ve ever been to a racing school, you’ll also remember that being proactive and planning your corners is absolutely critical in driving safely. Lets compare IT operations to auto racing now. Everyone knows how to, essentially, drive a car. Just as every company, essentially, knows how to run IT. What separates a good driver from a great driver? Technique, preparation, and knowing the capabilities of your driver and equipment.
By Chris Chesley, Solutions Architect Many of our clients are choosing to not manage Exchange day to day and not to upgrade it every 3-5 years. They do this by choosing to have Microsoft host their mail in Office 365. Is this right for your business? How do you tie this into your existing infrastructure and still have access to email regardless of the status of your onsite services?
In this segment of Cloud Corner, Lou Rossi, VP, Technical Services, at GreenPages-LogicsOne provides some clarity around new product offerings from Cisco.
By Ben Stephenson, Journey to the Cloud Our Journey to the Cloud blog has been live for a little over two years now, and I’ve had the privilege of running and managing it from the start. I wanted to touch base about the site, share my unique perspective from managing it, and hear from our readers about what we can do to make it even better.
By Ryann Edwards, PMP, Resource Specialist, LogicsOne A few years ago, we made a change at GreenPages-LogicsOne to streamline how we handle the resource scheduling process. It’s a good thing too, because so far in 2013 there have been close to 400 engagements that have used this new process. While scheduling a large group of resources may sound easy, at times it feels like it takes a team of highly skilled scientific specialists and analysts to get it right. Ok, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but there is actually a bit of a science to it.