For IT administrators, using tools for remote access, control, and support is not enough to diagnose critical issues — you need more power and greater control over diagnostics before even connecting to remote servers or computers. But when it comes to your tech ecosystem, it’s easy to become entrenched in vendor-specific tools and services and rely solely on those. The problem is that these may not have the full extent of the capabilities you need for complete, end-to-end remote administration.
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.
Microsoft Lync is a connected user experience transforming every communication into an interaction that is more collaborative, engaging, and accessible anytime and from anywhere.
SharePoint's rapid adoption in the business community has created additional challenges for companies especially within the IT department. Since 2007, Microsoft has done an incredible research work to understand administrators’ main challenges regarding opportunities and threats when managing a collaboration environment successfully.
Remote Monitoring (RMON) is a standard monitoring specification that enables various network monitors and console systems to exchange monitoring data.