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Start Leveraging the Full Native Power of Technology Now

Augmented Reality (AR) technology has the potential to make the world digitally interactive, so let’s not wait for a decade to pass before our AR software catches up to the hardware.

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What Mac’s Battle for Workplace Dominance Means for IT Professionals

Instead of accepting Mac’s software limitations, there is another option that many IT teams overlook: investing in a disk management solution.

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It’s Time to Rethink Networking: Part Two

In its 2015 “Technology Overview for SD-WAN” report, Gartner calls SD-WAN “a new and transformational way to architect, deploy and operate corporate WANs.

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It’s Time to Rethink Networking

SD-WAN is so attractive because it enables IT to take a holistic approach that hides the underlying complexity and makes orchestrating enterprise and cloud connectivity point-and-click easy.

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Five Things Partners Can Expect to Learn at Microsoft WPC 2016

If you’re keen on strengthening your Microsoft partnership and learning more about growing your business, then WPC is an event you’ll need to attend.

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How to Leverage Software-Defined Networking to Increase Infrastructure Efficiency across the Enterprise

The concept of “software-defined” is rapidly transitioning from hype to reality. It should come as no surprise there is strong momentum of software-defined networking (SDN) adoption.

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Improving Today’s Dynamic IT with Machine Learning as a Formal & Agile Approach to ITSM

by Stephen Hart Modern IT Service Management is working pretty well, all things considered. It enables highly distributed teams, parts of which may even work for entirely different companies, to come together to support business services that rely on extremely complex software stacks – and to do it pretty effectively, at least most of the time. All of this is enabled by formal structures and processes, documented and implemented in […]

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Windows 10 from a Tester’s Point of View

Pavel Novik The Windows operating system recently upgraded to version 10 – right after the eighth one. You may wonder, what happened to Windows 9? Actually, nothing. According to Windows marketing boss Tony Prophet, “It came and it went.” Microsoft wants its users to understand that Windows 10 is not just the next version but a huge step forward. With the Windows 10 evolution, testing must be divided into two […]

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