Softcat have recently started a partnership with QlikTech, the company behind QlikView – a modern, visually intuitive analytics and business discovery platform. We see access to data and the insight ensuing from that access as a huge strategic opportunity for our customers – hence the title of this article!
Introduced in 2001, Windows XP was a big hit. But Microsoft will end support for XP on 7th April 2014. That won't be the very end, however, as analyst firm Gartner says if you're happy to pay £100,000 upwards a year for a custom support agreement Redmond will ensure XP has a pulse.
Sam Routledge, Softcat's Solutions Director, catches up with @VMDoug, Veeam's director of product strategy
Sam Routledge, Softcat's Solutions Director, catches up with @VMDoug, Veeam's director of product strategy. We talk cloud backup, virtualisation strategy, and vodka…
Sam Routledge quizzes Lara Kingwell, Microsoft's Launch Lead for Office 2013 on what's new, Office for touchscreen devices and how to buy Office and Office 365
Microsoft online services have been available since April 2009. Now known as Office 365 the solution has begun to accelerate in innovation, development and a rapidly growing user base. We ask Ted Schultz from Microsoft what their cloud service can offer to benefit customers.
Sam Routledge, Softcat's solutions director meets up with Wayne Meyer to ask about the new release of Windows Server 2012. In this short video they discuss topics such as how this new release simplifies virtual machines, virtual networks and virtual storage. The new structure of how Windows Sever is licensed is covered along with how Windows Server acts as a fantastic access point to the cloud and finally BYOD becomes a reality.
Softcat's Sam Routledge catches up with Nick Pape, Microsoft's Virtualisation and Management Partner Technology Advisor to discuss Virtualisation and Management of solutions from Mobile and Desktop through to Server Infrastructure. Microsoft products can help you realise a true self service or BYOD IT infrastructure regardless of how big or how small your organisation may be.
In a recent article for The Telegraph Online, Justin Pirie, Director of Content and Communities, Mimecast was asked for his opinions regarding organisations new dilemma – BYOD… If you missed it, here it is.