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Cues for Success from Two Super Bowl-Bound Teams

Bret Fitzgerald

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January 30, 2014 11:12 am

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I’ve long been a Denver Broncos fan, and now that I live in Seattle, I’ve also become a big fan of the Seahawks. That means I’ve watched a lot of good football this year, and noticed that these teams are more than groups of talented athletes. The Seahawks and Broncos are successful organizations in a …

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It’s here. OES 11 SP2

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January 28, 2014 11:34 am

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There’s no ‘kind of’ about this.  Novell® Open Enterprise Server 11 SP2 IS a big deal. This service pack includes many improvements, some long-awaited and much-requested. Most of these changes increase the convenience for you, the Open Enterprise Server administrator. Below is a list of some of the most important changes and improvements. Install We’ve …

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What Generation Gap? Everyone Prints.

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January 23, 2014 1:57 pm

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With the rise of a tech-savvy generation of young people, some organizations might think that the days of the laser printer are nearing an end. But this isn’t necessarily the case—people  still print a lot more than you think, and this rising generation is printing as much as ever. Here are a few stats: A …

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Hidden Costs of Software in Government

Bret Fitzgerald

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January 21, 2014 10:49 am

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In a technology-driven world, applications take center stage, running our personal lives, our businesses and our government. According to application usage management specialist Flexera Software – up to $2.4 billion was potentially wasted. Take a look below: http://breakinggov.com/2012/04/20/reigning-in-hidden-costs-of-software-in-government/

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The Top Three Things Keeping Government IT Up at Night

Bret Fitzgerald

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January 16, 2014 11:44 am

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Nobody said government was a low-stress job, but should it really be nerve-racking for the IT department? You’re not the President of the United States, so why is managing government IT so stressful? Here are the top three things keeping government IT up at night: Security For a government organization, security is never just “nice …

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Are You Forgetting Something?

Bret Fitzgerald

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January 15, 2014 11:45 am

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Windows XP’s end of life is coming. No news there: You already know you need to migrate your workforce desktops and laptops. But are you forgetting something? The Rise of Userless Computers Usually a user “owns” a device—it’s the user’s gateway to information, communication and productivity. But what about those devices that aren’t “owned” by …

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Categories: Expert Views, General, Novell, PR Blog, ZENworks

You asked and we delivered: Novell Service Desk Mobile apps – iOS & Android

Adharsh Praveen R

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December 9, 2013 11:48 am

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We are pleased to announce Novell Service Desk mobile apps for iOS & Android are now available for download.

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Categories: Announcements, Endpoint Management, Expert Views, General, Mobility, Service Desk, ZENworks, ZENworks Configuration Management

The New Company Store



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August 19, 2013 3:59 pm

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Just as Apple and Google offer virtual stores for consumers to find applications, some corporations are starting to offer enterprise app stores for their employees.  The creation of an in-house app store allows an organization to maintain a grasp on control and security, while still offering a variety of helpful applications for on-the-go employees.  It’s …

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The Cloud over the Cloud Part 2

KariWoolf

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August 16, 2013 2:15 pm

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The latest stumble in the cloud’s shocking fall from grace appears to have come from Google itself. Until now, the cloud’s missteps have been disturbing, but not unforeseeable. We’ve all heard the stories: healthcare organizations facing new fines and sanctions for sharing patient data through cloud-based services, and what has come to be known as …

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The Cloud over the Cloud

KariWoolf

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August 9, 2013 12:46 pm

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If you’ve been watching the news, reading blogs, or otherwise avoiding the undersides of rocks, you know that the cloud isn’t the darling it used to be. From industry analyst firms to news outlets to organizations that have traveled the cloud path themselves, it seems the chorus of caution is growing louder every day. Case …

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