I see hands in the air. Do you have questions? About classroom technology problems? Let’s talk. Technology is already prevalent in the
You’re a teacher and summer’s over. Your precious vacation days, free of students, lesson plans, and 12-hour work days, are now gone.
Join us this month as we recap the Microsoft and 3rd Party security patches released on Patch Tuesday. We will discuss things to watch out for, products to be sure to test adequately, and which patches should be highest priority to roll out. ... See more
Philip Merson of Ivanti talks about how to turn your IT department into a thriving source of savings.
September Patch Tuesday is in and it brings a high CVE count along with some public disclosures and a Zero
IT asset management (ITAM) is becoming more complex and challenging, as the definition of “IT assets” expands and evolves. We
They say time moves fast and the world is in a constant state of change. Well, the last 12 months
To empower more technology-reliant workforces, organizations must transition distributed desktop environments to cloud-hosted software aggregation services. These “digital workspaces” enable standardized ... See more
Cybersecurity trends evolve, protect more than just the datacenter - SiliconANGLE
Apple Computer Inc.’s iPad family of iOS-powered tablets have been popular in many educational settings for several years. Today, technologies
Many successful ransomware/other malware attacks share two characteristics. One is that they gain access to an enterprise network because a
One of Office 365’s significant customer benefits is the 1TB of cloud storage provided to every business user. It’s a
A quick ‘UEM Now’ video interview with Endpoint Management experts
UEM and ITSM are separate specialties within many enterprises and IT teams. However, there is one critical link that connects these two important disciplines: users. Herewith, some thoughts
For its recent study, “Unified Endpoint Management: Simplifying the Security and Support of PC and Mobile Devices,” Enterprise Management Associates®
What do managing Macs and the song “Mack the Knife” (“Mackie Messer” in German) by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill have in common?
Celebrities. They can do so much more than entertain and distract. They can teach us how to improve our own
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