When a new rollout of endpoint devices is on the horizon, their prospective users will most likely rejoice—but not those who are tasked with the rollout job if a central administration platform has not been put into place. Taking record of all those devices, their initial configuration, and their subsequent ongoing support significantly adds to […]
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Halldór-Ingi H. Guðmundsson lives in Reykjavik, Iceland, and when he isn’t off fishing or cycling he looks after the town hall’s IT in his home town. Iceland’s capital and the island’s largest town, Reykjavik has an extensive infrastructure and offers numerous critical services for its citizens. If anything is out of order here, there are […]
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Whoever is in charge of IT is always something of a flea circus keeper. They must have everything under control—all issues that might spring up on devices at any place in their organization. They are supposed to be enablers, bringing new areas of operation to bear, but without losing control. Examples include (unofficial) bring-your-own-device (BYOD) […]
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Too much overtime, too many change projects, and summer still can’t decide to stay with us for keeps? Just let it out! Because that’s just what International Panic Day is for—and it’s today. Despite what the name might suggest, no dark remembrance is held on this day. Rather, it’s a purely fun holiday, the origin of […]
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