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Windows 10 Migration: It’s About Experience Not Operating Systems

This year, most organizations will make the move from Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10. Gartner predicts that by the end of 2017, 85% of all enterprises will have at least started to deploy Windows 10 on their devices, with an eye to completing their migrations in 2019. It has been the fastest start in Windows history with over 270 million active devices in only eight months since launch, outpacing Windows 7 by 145% in the same timeframe.

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Overages and Outages? Solving the Problem of Unplanned Downtime

“Unplanned downtime”. If you’re looking to rile up IT admins or send tech experts into a cold sweat, there are few better phrases. It makes sense — according to recent research from Veeam, enterprises are losing $21.8 million per year on average in downtime and 87 percent expect an increase to future downtime costs. The data raises a critical question: How can companies solve the problem of unplanned downtime, limit the impact of outages and eliminate budget overages?

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Nexthink Community and Nexthink Academy offer Education, Peer Learning and Inspiration for Customers, Partners

In today’s digital age, online communities and virtual classrooms are sprouting up everywhere.  It’s how today’s students, employees, partners and customers learn, engage with peers, network and even socialize.

That’s why we just launched Nexthink Community and Nexthink Academy – providing a forum for Nexthinkers, customers and partners to learn from each other, share ideas and grow in our collective wisdom of end-user experience management.

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Wanna Patch Or Wanna Cry?

There was an interesting article in Financial Times this week that explains why it takes companies so long to patch their systems.

It’s a shame to always have to hear from security professionals “if you would have installed this patch, this update, this version you wouldn’t have been compromised”.

So, how can we accelerate patching operations to avoid such damaging attacks that are so successful? Let’s have a look.

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