Your company is using unified communications applications like Exchange, Office 365, SharePoint, Skype for Business, IBM or BlackBerry? Hosted On-premises, in Hybrid or in the Cloud?
By the end of 2016, a majority of enterprise mailboxes will be Cloud-based, however organizations are not ready to go all-in the Cloud.
On top of that, business workers are increasingly distributed and mobile, working from more locations and using more platforms than ever before. To stay productive, they need full-featured access to email and collaboration tools wherever they go.
As an IT administrator, people rely on your capability to deliver Microsoft Hybrid services and keep them running optimally to maximize their productivity.
As Microsoft stipulates, Office 365 is a familiar Microsoft Office collaboration and productivity tool delivered through the cloud. Everyone can easily work together by accessing his or her email, web conferencing, documents, and calendars from anywhere.
At the recent Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), speakers revealed the latest Office 365 metrics. Office 365 now presents an annual revenue run rate of $2.5 billion for Microsoft. Sixty percent of all Fortune 500 companies purchased Office 365 in the last 12 months and more than three out of four Office 365 customers are deployed by partners.
The Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 being close, the GSX Solutions team's Partner Account Managers are fully booked when it comes to meetings with our valuable partners. This year is the 2nd time we attend WPC and Microsoft has selected us as one of the 15 most active Microsoft Partners among the entire Microsoft community. GSX Solutions was solicited to participate to the Social Squad.
The countdown has already started as we are 4 days before THE most important Microsoft show dedicated to partners. All Microsoft Partners must be wondering, "What's going on in WPC this year?" Well, let me tell you everything about it!
Watch this video for impressions of GSX Monitor and Analyzer, the only agentless solution able to manage and report on-premises and online infrastructures with the end-user perspective.
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When generating reports, it is critical to ensure that the report information is clear and relevant to your audience. Different individuals require different types of data within an IT organization, making it difficult to sort through high volumes of data related to collaborative environments. This can be a daunting task that requires high overhead costs, but it could be avoided by taking the right approach.
Reading lots of content related to the APM industry, I had the chance to find a really interesting webcast done by Larry Dragich about “Solving the Application Performance Puzzle”.
Could my IT department benefit from using SaaS Monitoring, MaaS, or RaaS technologies? What are the major benefits and pitfalls?
SaaS is a software delivery method that allows end-users to have access to an application from anywhere using a device remotely. It has become the new way of consuming IT applications by making content, discussions and business applications easier to access whenever we need it.