The three biggest IT challenges for 2015 are all things you can start today, so there’s no excuse when you get asked about them a year for now.
We know the pace of change is accelerating, and looking ahead at 2015 there is reason to expect that to stop. As we start a new year we get an excellent opportunity to leave behind the business practices that have not served us well. It is time to seriously work to cut the boat anchors slowing us down and try to build a fast and capable ship that our customers are proud to be associated with. Sooner or later, the organizations whose IT shops look like junkers from last century will decide to bypass them entirely if they can’t provide useful services or respond to their changing business needs. IT will no longer be able get away being a boat anchor on the business.
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Now Micro is honored to be recognized by CRN’s on its annual Solution Provider (SP500) list.
Now Micro made the 2014 ranked list of the Channel’s Top Technology Integrators. CRN’s prestigious Solution Provider 500 list also included some of the most recognized names in the technology industry, including IBM, HP, and Dell.
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Help Yourself, Help the Community
As a consultant focused on helping organizations be more effective and efficient systems managers, one key principal I teach is to participate in the community. One of the major selling points of ConfigMgr is the community that comes with running a product that manages half of all managed devices on the planet. A key aspect of this community is sharing the most valuable thing a person has to offer: feedback.
During ConfigMgr 2012 engagements, every time I see pain and frustration about the way the product works or with a bug, I work with my customers to help them feel ownership for getting it resolved. If you are feeling pain, it is likely someone else is too, so why not check with the community for a solution?
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