Applications provided by IT are made to be used by people, and those people are generally not sitting in the datacenter of every company. So how do you make sure that your infrastructure is providing the best end-user experience when you’re blind to the main causes of end-user latency?
We’re excited to share that GSX has earned a Gold Rating from industry publication MSExchange.org, the top product review rating given by the site. Microsoft Exchange expert Steve Goodman reviewed the product, and had many praises to give the Robot User including calling it a “killer feature” for IT professionals.
So, the word of the year 2016 was “Post-truth. Wikipedia defines Post-truth as getting information from emotion rather than facts.
While this concept seems to be linked with recent political campaigns in the UK and the US (and please remember that we are Swiss, i.e., neutral …), it also pertains to running collaboration servers.
In this day and age, the majority of business transaction processing happens in the cloud, or is consumed as a service from various locations around the globe. If you’re just monitoring your infrastructure back-end resources and systems availability, that’s not enough.
In order to ensure smooth enterprise operations, it’s crucial to monitor the service delivery of your applications. The perception of your service delivery quality may be different between corporate sites, or vary between continents. Your application could be perceived as way too slow by end-users in a particularly strategic region of the world for your business. Once you start objectively and systematically measuring availability and response times, you can begin ensuring the highest possible performance and quality of service to your end users.
Ignite isn’t yet over and everyone is still astonished by all new improvements promised by Microsoft related to the future SharePoint 2016. This version will have strong interactions with Office 365. For Microsoft, the O365 market is the future and SharePoint a brick of this future. If we talk about O365 here are some numbers presented at Ignite 2015:
Ignite is happening this week and there are some exciting announcements and demos on the new products suite. With over 1,000 sessions you can imagine how everybody was able to find what they were looking for. One of the things I wanted to check out was the demos around Exchange 2016 and share the latest features with you.
Microsoft kicked off yesterday in Chicago with over 23,000 IT experts and decision makers listening to Satya Nadella’s Keynote, delivering his strategy of “Mobile First, Cloud First”.
Our final countdown is almost coming to its end, which is great news when you look at all the excitement around the Microsoft Ignite Conference! At GSX Solutions we are not an exception to the rule, we can’t wait to reach our three top objectives for the conference: learn, connect and share.
Only 2 weeks remaining before the Microsoft Ignite Conference. The GSX team is so excited to attend this major Microsoft event, to meet with you at booth #620 and discuss about all MS Ignite hot topics in line with our solution; productivity and collaboration, mobility, Cloud and unified communications.
We are now only 3 weeks away from the Microsoft Ignite Conference and like you, we are packing-up and preparing our booth #620 to be set to spark the future together.