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Out Of Office: Monitoring

March 26, 2018

One of the biggest complaints you’ll likely hear after moving to Office 365 will be about its speed, or lack thereof. Now that data isn’t sitting on your LAN, there is lots of room for latency to hit your connection. There’s no doubt that …


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Applications Networks

Cloud Connectivity: Not as Simple as You Thought

March 16, 2018

Most enterprises rely on infrastructure and applications in the cloud. Whether it’s SaaS services like Office 365, IaaS in AWS, PaaS in Azure, or analytics services in Google Cloud, organizations now rely on systems that do not reside on their infrastructure. Unfortunately, cloud connectivity …


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Systems

Out of Office: Identifying & Managing Risk

March 13, 2018

Risk Management is an important part of IT. Being able to identify risks and remediation options can make a huge difference if or when disaster strikes. If you’ve moved part of or all of your enterprise to Office 365, you now have no control …


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Systems

Out Of Office: Health Check

February 27, 2018

So far in this series, we’ve covered setting expectations as well as migrating to Office 365. Now that your organization is up and running on the new platform, how do you measure your organization’s health? Are you running as efficiently as you can, or …


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Systems

Out Of Office: Planning the Migration to Office 365

February 8, 2018

Back in the first post of this series we covered off the planning portion with regards to implementing Office 365. Knowing what you are aiming to achieve is critical to measuring the value and success of a project. Assuming the math checks out, now …



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Systems

Monitoring Cloud from On-Prem

January 9, 2018

The use of cloud technology and services–especially public cloud–has become nearly ubiquitous. For example, it has made its way into even the most conservative organizations. Despite the fact that some find it challenging to support the service following adoption, the supportability resides with the …