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    LoginVSInsights: September Newsletter

    LoginVSInsights: September Newsletter

    Did you miss our latest monthly newsletter? Read this blog and get up-to-date on September’s key highlights.

    It’s hard to believe that VMworld 2020 has been and gone for another year. The three-day event had hundreds of virtual sessions. However, if you couldn’t carve out the time to attend, we have you covered! We assembled a panel of industry experts from VMware, IGEL, Liquidware, and PrinterLogic, and others that recapped the latest EUC innovations in just one hour. Click here to learn more.

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    Is Heart Monitoring a Must-Have for Digital Transformation?

    Is Heart Monitoring a Must-Have for Digital Transformation?

    “What do heart monitoring systems tell us? What makes them so important that every surgeon needs them during surgery? And what can we learn from these systems when looking at them from an IT perspective?”

    Have any of you been in the hospital lately? Not a place you like to visit, in my opinion, especially now with the global pandemic going on.

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    Microsoft 365 Product Outage and Impact

    Microsoft 365 Product Outage and Impact

    There are two types of outages – the ones that can be avoided and the ones that can be avoided.

    Microsoft, one of the largest and technologically advanced companies on the planet, had an outage yesterday. Due to the nature of the beast, a lot of people were impacted by it. I wanted to write a brief opinion on what happened and how to avoid it.

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    Managing Changes Within Your Enterprise Windows Environment Is Not Simple

    Managing Changes Within Your Enterprise Windows Environment Is Not Simple

    As the Director of Customer Services, I speak with many experts about the issues they encounter with user experience.

    Often, the primary cause for many user experience issues stems from the moment risk is acceptable to meet production demands. Its influence on the process of providing desktops and applications is sometimes causing problems.

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    Why Monitoring Says Little About User Experience

    Why Monitoring Says Little About User Experience

    Today, software needs to ship faster and faster to keep up with customer demand and stay ahead of your competition.

    One might even say that if you haven’t updated your app in the last quarter, it is outdated and lacking. At the same time, it is also well known in software development that you may break an existing feature while working on a new one. So, how do software businesses make sure they consistently deliver high-quality software at a high pace?

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