Hyperautomation is a word that’s often heard in companies, especially in IT departments. Sooner or later, you will probably have to deal with this as a system administrator. What is it and above all: what can it do for you?
Twenty years ago, a system administrator was busy keeping out hackers on a daily basis. With relative success. Antivirus on all machines, firewall on the router – that usually did the trick. But these days we seem to be fighting a losing battle. The solution? Trust no one! For years we have been concerned with
Bit of a vague title, but hey, the same goes for the entire concept of the ‘metaverse.’ What we mean is: If a real metaverse should appear, will this affect our work as IT administrators? Let’s have a look! Perhaps it would be good to start with the term ‘metaverse.’ The company that has made
With the help of Easy Software Deployment you can easily distribute existing scripts and have them executed. You can even choose whether you just want to run a script without installing a new application, or have a script run by a previously installed application. Read along. Situation 1: You only want to run a script,
Today’s IT administrator doesn’t have an easy job. Instead of having all the devices in one office, employees are all over the place: at home, at a client’s office, or – heaven forbid – in a pub! How do you manage all that efficiently? In reality, the IT administrator’s job has only gotten easier over
OK, it’s a buzzword – or at least Elon Musk says so. As does Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, who believes it’s nothing more than a toy for venture capitalists. That alone is reason enough to take a look at what it actually is. Web1, Web2… ‘Web3’ implies that there was a Web2 and a Web1.
Innovation is vital for any organisation, large or small. If you don’t innovate, you’ll be left behind. And what’s more, because everyone innovates, you want to be faster than your direct competitors. These three things can help you accelerate your innovation. 1. Create the right culture in your organisation Continuous innovation starts with the organisation
Deploying software can be a hassle, but you can save a lot of time by packaging your applications in advance. Complicated? Not at all. In four steps, you can have your software neatly packaged for smooth deployment via Easy Software Deployment. 1. Conditions and dependencies First, sort out your application’s dependencies in advance. A framework
A cloud here and a cloud there: many companies shop around for their daily dose of Everything-as-a-Service. But in 2022—and indeed, already in 2021—this is no longer practical. Instead, you need to take a more holistic approach. Here are three reasons why you can’t afford to be without a cloud strategy. 1. Everyone works remotely