Virtualization has made our lives as IT Pros easier in many ways. Some of us will remember the days before virtualization really took off, and remember when it seemed impossible to do things like move a running workload from one piece of physical hardware to another with no outage or downtime. Regardless of how great […]
I am sitting at my desk looking at the big pile of computers that arrived yesterday. I am still amazed by the size of the computers. Dell Optiplex is the computer model. One of the guys is unpacking them and placing them on the working table we have in our room.
I have been thinking about Nakivo a lot for the past week. I mean, this guys are pretty amazing. When they launched their first B&R version, they dared to use a web-based interface. They soon caught up with competition on a feature per feature level and with version 6, improved Synology support and added support for […]
Followers of my blog know that I love Synology NAS devices. I still remember the excitement when Nakivo released version 5.8. I mean, I liked regular useful updates in every version but what made version 5.8 so special was integration with WD NAS. There are so many scenarios and situations when backup and NAS integration comes really handy.
SAP is the leading ERP system in the world used by most of the top global companies. There are tens of thousands of customers facing the same challenge: how to optimize the support of their SAP systems. The problem SAP developers have with incomplete bug reports A lot of time is wasted in SAP software […]
Maintenance of the monitoring software that we have been using has just expired. I stumbled on Adrem Software NetCrunch monitoring and visualization system which is used to monitor networks, applications and devices. What a great opportunity to review and write a NetCrunch review. Curiosity has led me to find some really amazing products in the past and I have a feeling,
Unfortunately, in Microsoft Exchange, there is no option to change Calendar Permissions from the GUI. in My example, I received email from Managing Director who was on a road trip to assign his new PA access to his Calendar. Solution that would please many junior IT admins, would be to change permissions via GUI. Uunfortunately […]
Virtualization is a technology that has already had plenty of time to reach its full maturity. It is currently represented in all segments of the IT world, from home users to full fledged enterprise professional environments – helping to exploit the advantages of simultaneous multiple instances of operating systems on the same hardware platform (computer). […]
Active Directory is a great technology. In fact I can’t image life without it. It’s pretty easy to set up, with every Microsoft Server release it gains additional options that make life for IT easier. Did you know that only 5% of 1000 fortune companies don’t use AD to organize their environment? That means that […]
Life in IT department can be tough. There are many daily operations that could be eliminated or reduced, yet they take a lot of your precious time. It all starts with user provisioning, creating accounts, mailboxes, assigning Office 365 licences and relocating users. This are all tasks that many of us would be happy to […]