Here’s how to deploy IT hardware in America’s most complex city

If you think a major IT deployment in New York City is easy, fuggedaboutit. That was the challenge The Legal Aid Society faced when preparing a new hardware rollout. About every seven years, The Legal Aid Society refreshes its hardware infrastructure, which is about 2,500 devices in 26 offices spread throughout New York City. Because…

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Staff picks for the week of June 22

SHI’s communications team meets with subject-matter experts each week, and we scan our news feeds daily for information about technology, products, and program changes that affect the way our customers do business. As we do, we come across technology-related stories that are interesting, but — like some top golfers this past weekend — don’t quite…

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4 pieces of advice about business intelligence

Return on investment, gross margin, and labor costs are business metrics that every small business owner and C-suite executive understands. But new technologies have opened access to an exponentially larger number of data points, and business leaders are using this new information to grow sales and attract new customers. Though the phrase big data has…

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What’s new in Creative Cloud 2015? New ways to collaborate

Collaboration could be Adobe Creative Cloud’s middle name: New enhancements to the powerful suite of applications give designers new ways to work together and cooperate on projects, and a new stock image collection can accelerate the workflow of designers who spend much of their day in Adobe’s photo-editing tools. Today Adobe announced the release of…

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Assessing security: How one health care provider stepped up its security outlook

When the federal government offers incentives to support a change, many organizations sprint to meet the benchmarks that trigger the payoffs. That was the goal when, in 2009, the government offered grant money to spur the adoption of electronic medical records (EMRs). Since 2009, 80 percent of doctors and 60 percent of hospitals have converted…

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4 things you need to know before using Apple DEP

Big business likes Apple — most smartphones and tablets used in the corporate world bear the Apple logo (72 percent and 90 percent respectively). But deploying hundreds or thousands of those mobile devices can be a logistical headache for any IT department. Throughout the last few months, I’ve helped numerous organizations solve this problem by…

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