If you began working in IT before cloud computing started going mainstream, you’re probably accustomed to some outdated reporting processes. With older versions of Microsoft Office, it was easy to access reports from traditional data sources like event logs or desktop tools. With Office 365, reporting tools are much different. Once an organization adopts Office 365, it essentially becomes its IT infrastructure, storing its activity, growth, and operational metrics inside. That leads to a huge amount of data - the type of data that fuels business decisions impacting organizational goals and long-term plans.
If your organization has made the move to Office 365, then you’re already well aware of the numerous benefits afforded by the cloud, including flexibility, scalability, and reliability — not to mention significant cost savings. However, just because you’ve survived the migration process doesn’t mean your organization will automatically reap the maximum benefits. You should be concerned with making all and any necessary adjustments to ensure that your resources are being optimized, and overall run-and-maintain costs are truly being reduced.
Cisco’s IronPort acts as a critical part of the messaging environment, so having visibility into the status of its health and usage is a must for businesses. If your IronPort fails, the entire email flow in your company shuts down, and nobody will be able to send or receive emails.
Fortunately, IronPort is a relatively robust system, so it shouldn’t completely crash on a regular basis. However, it is far more likely that you will experience issues in global email performance and quality of service due to performance and health issues. In many cases, users will begin to complain of a degradation in service involving issues with their email delivery.
If you’ve worked in IT anytime during the past five years, you’ve probably considered moving your IT applications to the cloud, or have already done so. Whether it’s pressure from the C-level to reduce costs, the increasing complexity of managing virtualized environments, or demand from end-users to be able to access applications anywhere, the transition to the cloud is happening.
The Microsoft Office 365 Portal is a great tool for managing Office 365. But for IT administrators who want detailed usage reports, custom administrative settings, and overall more effective cost management insights, GSX’ solutions remain crucial tools. Here we’ll delve into some of the differences between our solutions and the new capabilities of the Office 365 Admin Center for reporting and administration of Office 365.
The ability to check the status of IronPort's health and usage is critical. When IronPort fails, the entire email flow is shut down, meaning nobody in your organization can send or receive emails.
What does it mean for GSX Solutions to reach the 20 year milestone?
Antoine Leboyer, CEO of GSX Solutions: It is certainly a key milestone in anyone's life. I can fully appreciate this when I think back to my younger days and then I look at my eldest daughter, who is 20 years old and in her second year at university.
When you move to Office 365, the business-critical part of your IT is outsourced and lives independently from the rest of your IT environment. Managing network connectivity becomes critical to monitoring the availability and performance of your applications.
We’re pleased to announce the release of the latest GSX for DB2. This product is designed to help safeguard the performance and health of IBM Traveler, IBM Connections, and other front-end applications that your business depends on like IBM Sametime for example.