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computerworld.com“We believe that standardization and the cloud are central to providing us with a platform for innovation—that’s why we wanted to work with Microsoft. It gives us the tools we required to grow.”- Frank de Jong, IT Manager, VolkerWessels Construction & Real Estate Development  The recession that followed the banking crisis of 2007 affected the whole Dutch economy. However, construction group VolkerWessels saw it as a springboard to move forward.“The crisis gave us a choice—we could sit crying in the corner or use it as an opportunity to innovate,” says Frank de Jong, IT Manager at VolkerWessels Construction & Real Estate Development. “We looked hard at how technology could help us move into the future.”To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comAs a technology leader in today’s modern workplace, you need to give employees the tools to work when, where, and how they want. This means supporting a diverse ecosystem of devices, apps, services, and operating systems. But, as security breaches become more frequent and cyberattacks grow in sophistication, providing end-user flexibility and securing company data has become a delicate balancing act.  Unified endpoint management, or UEM, is the practice of securing your company’s assets, the simplification of IT operations, and the ability for IT to deliver choice and flexibility to end users. To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.com“With virtualization and Microsoft solutions for automated maintenance and deployment … what used to be a four-day turnaround to resolve a computer problem may now take 10 to 20 minutes.”- Chris McMasters, Chief Information Officer, City of Corona Just 50 miles from Los Angeles, Corona offers its more than 160,000 residents sunny skies, warm hospitality, and a high quality of life. The city government’s IT department powers the software solutions that provide critical services ranging from police and fire fighting to libraries and street sweeping. As part of a mission to upgrade and better manage its IT environment, the City of Corona recently began migrating to the Windows 10 operating system and cloud-based Microsoft tools. Innovation is at the heart of the city’s initiative.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comAs the likes of Amazon Alexa and Apple’s Siri have gained popularity in our personal lives, the healthcare industry has been at the forefront in adopting voice-driven AI assistants in the workplace. And for good reason: exponents of the technology claim it can boost productivity and help avoid physician burnout.Speech-to-text applications are not new to medical staff, who have used transcription software to digitize voice notes recorded on a dictaphone for some time now. However, advances in AI have enabled the creation of virtual assistants that can understand context and intent better.Voice assistants are now available that can input patient notes directly into electronic health record (EHR) systems automatically when dictated by a physician, potentially saving a significant amount of time and effort.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comPilot fish works in an office where everyone uses thin clients — on a slow network — that take a long time to start up. No, not a “relatively” long time. We’re talking 10-plus minutes. The situation is so frustrating that most of the staff leave their thin clients on all the time.IT has told everyone that there isn’t anything they can do, but those slow machines are perennially a hot topic of conversation around the coffee machine. One day, fish almost chokes on his coffee, though, when one worker asks him, “Could it be the monitor?”Next coffee break, send Sharky your true tale of IT life at Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!. You can also subscribe to the Daily Shark Newsletter and read some great old tales in the Sharkives.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comApple has been firmly focused on photography since the introduction of the first iPhone in 2007, and this devotion comes into its own with the on-device computer vision AI it brings in iOS 13.On-device image intelligence Apple has developed powerful image intelligence features in its devices, creating tools iOS users and developers can make use of to get things done.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comMay had a hair-raising threat from a worm that still hasn’t emerged, but if you’re using Windows 7, 8.1, XP, Vista, or one of the Server variants and skipped the May patches, you need to drop everything and get the May or June patches installed. BlueKeep is coming. Those of you who blocked a specific port to keep BlueKeep at bay may be in for a nasty surprise.Special shout-out for iSCSI and Event Viewer custom views If you have problems connecting to your iSCSI array after installing this month’s patches, you need to click “Check for Updates” and allow Microsoft to install the fix for iSCSI bugs they introduced in earlier patches.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.com“We’ve had to up our game to serve larger customers—in part by moving to Microsoft 365. We’re now in the same league as larger engineering or roasting firms. And … we’re well placed to compete at this level.”- Josh Clarke, Head of Coffee, Clifton Coffee Roasters Britain is famous as a nation of tea drinkers, but in the last 10 years, it’s fallen in love with coffee, too. Brits drink 95 million cups a day, up from 70 million just 10 years ago. Innovative, independent coffee businesses like Clifton Coffee Roasters contribute to this surge in popularity.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comThis IT security pilot fish knows something about audits — and knows what he expects of auditors.“I have more than 15 years of audit experience in IT,” fish says. “I have written and implemented policy and procedure, and developed incident response plans. I spent the better part of last year making sure that the external auditors could not find any inconsistencies in our control standards.”Then the internal audit director decides to perform an audit of fish’s group — and sends a young auditor who thinks he knows everything IT.After three weeks of research and testing, young auditor presents his results in a meeting with his boss the audit director and fish.To read this article in full, please click here...

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