GSX is the watchful eye for all IT administrators, letting them manage the quality of service (QoS) of their business applications. That being said, let's take a step back analyze the day-to-day challenges facing IT administrators.
GSX was one the software vendor invited to join the Systems Center Alliance Partner Sessions, at TechED North America 2014. The day was kicked off by a special keynote delivered by Brad Anderson, Corporate VP, Windows Server and System Center Program Management.
As you may know, TechEd North America will begin next week as of Monday May 12th through Thursday 15th in Houston Texas! Guess what? The event is sold out! Imagine how exciting and fulfilling it's going to be! And of course GSX Solutions saved its seat a long time ago and will be there on booth #1234.
Avoiding the migration to Exchange 2013? Many IT administrators are after having experienced the headaches caused by previous migrations, and with good reason - they were cumbersome and time-consuming, and often done with little reward in the end. However, Exchange 2013 comes with significant improvements and new features to make your life easier, and we have identified the main ones below.
We are so excited to be here at TechED 2014 where there will be much discussion about new trends in IT and the cloud. In particular, the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon is really driving many of Microsoft's latest innovations, and unlike the past when IT administrators focused on managing the end user devices, BYOD is shifting that focus to the end users themselves. Market research highlights that the phone is becoming the only screen that matters for communication and email. With the proliferation of devices, it appears that smartphones will soon be more important than PCs in personal and professional workplaces.
The 2014 New York City user group-Techstravaganza was a one-day Technology event that took place at the new Microsoft building in Times Square. This was the third annual Techstravaganza and would not have been possible without the five trusted Microsoft sponsors which included Jams Enterprise Job Scheduling, Kemp Technologies, Sapien Technologies, Blue Metal and GSX Solutions. All in which have great products that complement Microsoft.
Migration is always a big concern for IT departments whether it concerns upgrading your existing solution On-premise or in the Cloud, or to move to another one. You have to consider the pros and cons keeping one question in mind "What are the values to my end-users?" Knowing that you want this migration to be entirely transparent from an end-user experience perspective.
The goal of this report is to explain the important needs of IT professionals specifically on Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint and System Center Operations Manager.