Insync Technology has been named in the CRN Fast 50 for the third year in a row, capping off a massive 3 months of awards and plaudits for the company.
I hold a senior position at Insync. No-one’s older than me. And I break things a lot. Even my position (Old Guy Who Breaks Things) defies contraction to a snappy IT acronym. I like to think (but choose not to ask) that my employers took me on in an enlightened attempt to reach out to that marginalised community, the Users. They’re always breaking things, being slow to learn and even slower to change. It takes an old person to empathise fully with that. I’ve been in post for nearly two years now, and my youngers and betters think it’s high time they saw a return.
So I have agreed to publish some of my findings. This week: buttons.
It's day 2 at Microsoft Ignite Orlando, and we've had the announcement many of us in the industry have been waiting for: Skype for Business Server 2019 will be released towards the end of 2018.
The IT Department of the University of Tasmania looks down on Sandy Bay from the top of the campus. The Centenary Building overlooks the footy oval at the bottom of the hill. So there was nothing for it but to wheel a 55” Surface Hub, in contravention of University statutes and presumably Microsoft’s official guidance, out the back door, across a main road and, zig-zagging between ramps and lifts, all the way down the hill…
Technology has changed the way we work and operate, at home, at work and yes… at school. In our personal lives, almost everyone has access to information previously reserved for scholars and academics – the world’s entire vast wealth of information – via the internet.