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I’ve recently been involved in several conversations with customers and within ComputerWorld regarding office space and the future of the office.
Whilst this isn’t an area I profess to be a specialist in, it does tie in with something that’s close to my heart. That is “workspace transformation”. Or to use a less fancy phrase, the way we work and get stuff done.
For those that missed our Define Tomorrow event in June 2018, this webinar summarises the event in under 1 hour.
In this series of blogs posts, I’m going to cover the deployment process of NSX-V and how to configure some of the components required to demonstrate functionality such as micro-segmentation, logical switching and distributed routing.
I was fortunate enough recently to attend the EMEA Partner Event for Barracuda in Monte Carlo. In this blog series, I will summarise the key advancements that Barracuda have made and any announcements that were made at the event.
in 2018 it is my opinion that one of the most important things an IT leader or influencer can do is to have a vision, to develop a strategy and to fully document it.
Barry Coombs and Anthony Charman of ComputerWorld recorded a short webinar for those that couldn't join us in Bristol for the live. In this webinar, Barry and Anthony summarise the content from the day, in particular; VMware vSphere, vSAN and NSX, data protection, Security and Workspace transformation including VMware Workspace ONE.
In this short video, ComputerWorld specialists discuss how 4 technologies can help your business build a better security posture through, Anti-virus, Auditing, Patch Management and User Education.
Whilst many of our customers have a good high-level understanding of vSAN this series of blog posts will cover some of the concepts in further detail and hopefully help answer some of the typical questions I get asked.
The guys at IGEL were nice enough to send me an IGEL UD Pocket recently for me to evaluate, the UD pocket is a bootable USB thin client that can be used to turn any X86 hardware into a thin client. I have been using the UD Pocket for the last month and have recorded a video with my thoughts and experiences of the device.
The start of a new year is always a good time to plan your housekeeping, consider your approach and set the strategy for the year ahead. This often brings about the question, "When should I upgrade my virtual infrastructure?". This article highlights the key benefits of upgrading your infrastructure.
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This post will cover migrating vCenter Server 6.0 from Windows Server to the 6.5 virtual appliance.
First it is important to recognise how Windows 10 can be managed. The traditional approach of Active Directory with Group Policy is still available for domain-joined computers and this is fine in an environment where all computers are static and will always be connected to the network.
This blog post aims to give the reader an overview of nVidia GRID vGPU and a brief history and overview of the cards. For those readers who may be unfamiliar with graphics cards and the existing nVidia GRID cards let’s have a quick recap before we look at the latest ‘Pascal’ Series GRID vGPU cards.
In this post I will be looking at the different ways that you can enroll a Windows 10 device into an MDM solution, as with the other posts my focus is on the VMware Workspace ONE UEM solution although most of the methods are available for other MDM offerings.
One question I am being asked increasingly frequently is around the modes of enrollment that are available now for different mobile device platforms and there is quite a bit of confusion especially around Android devices as there exist so many different enrollment mechanisms available now.
In this series of Blog posts I will explore the different enrollment methods for each device type starting with Apple in this post…
Throughout the podcast, Barry, Mike and Paul discuss their experience of the show, the conversations Mike and Paul are having with customers while they man the 'Meet the experts' area as well as their roles within the Dell Solutions Centre in Limerick.
While doing some testing of Autopilot while on the road, I came across a problem where, on first login for the end user, a “Something went wrong” message appeared. The error code was “caa70007”. Time to do some troubleshooting.
Wow, yesterday was a big day at Dell Technologies World. Following on from the VMware and Dell Technologies announcements of day 1, today focused on the Dell EMC products as well as new Dell client devices.
Today we saw three major announcements from Dell at Dell Technologies World which is taking place at the Venitian Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. Check out this blog to find out what announcements were made.
In this podcast, VMware Chief Technologist for Digital Workspace and ComputerWorld’s Barry Coombs discuss Windows 10 Migrations and Modern Management.
In this video, Peter von Oven, Founder and CTO of Droplet Computing joins Barry Coombs to discuss and demonstrate how an administrator can containerize applications within the Droplet Computing platform.
In this video, Peter von Oven of Droplet Computing demonstrates how easy it is for a user to access their applications and data through the Droplet Computing Container. Whether it be on a Mac, Windows or Linux device, online or offline, the experience is seamless.
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Barry Coombs is one of our resident vExpert's, prolific event doodler and, perhaps most importantly of all, Barbecue maestro.
Microsoft automation is the name of the game and Oli wants to play the game with you. When he's not out and about in his camper van that is.
Megan is the glue that holds together the Define Tomorrow blog and events, Megan gained vExpert status in 2017 for her contribution to the community
As ComputerWorld Technical Director there's nothing David doesn't know about Microsoft and VMware. Just don't ask him on the golf course.
Ben is our virtualisation and storage specialist. Ask him anything about vSphere and supporting technologies and he can talk for hours.
Resident petrolhead Mat lives in the fast lane and is our specialist in End User Computing. He lives and breathes it – blink and you'll miss him.
Adam is our Pre-Sales End User Computing specialist focussing on the VMware Horizon product stack. He's also a mean gamer and mad for cats!
Jonathon is the longest employee at ComputerWorld and has seen this industry change more than most people.
Anthony is our account manager for the South West when he isn't helping our customers you will find him frantically pedalling on his road bike...