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?
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.
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.
It's no secret that many businesses are already moving their productivity applications to the cloud, or they are considering it at least. In Microsoft's latest earning release, for instance, the company reported a whopping 114% rise in business cloud revenues in the second quarter of its fiscal year alone. That growth is being driven by Office 365, Azure and Dynamic CRM Online adoption, and represents an annualized revenue run rate of $5.5bn.