Fear is spreading across dozens of countries as more people are being tested positive for the Coronavirus. In a recent report, it was noted that people aged 30-69 were more prone to catching the virus. Considering the workforce is primarily in that age range, it doesn’t come to a shock that large corporations, like Amazon, … Continue reading Coronavirus: How to Prepare for Remote Work in your Organization
Our move to Saas gathers momentum Over the last six months, Vector has completed a number or projects enabling more and more of our solutions portfolio to be offered in a SaaS mode. Frankly, some of this has been reaction to the importance of being seen to be there in the cloud crowd. But customers … Continue reading Billions going into the cloud: who’s going to pay for it?
Vector’s international installed base ranges from 2 PC/Server instances of remote control technology to multi-campus IT asset and service management instances in the 10,000 PC+ range. In plotting a development course we look at the challenges our customers face and the investment options open to them. It appears they all face exponential growth of problems to solve, demands to meet, and … Continue reading Is there a Moore’s law for software?
ITAM/ITSM opportunities for integration – right now We have talked before today about the broader opportunities for exploiting the data held in an IT asset management database. We have also talked about the integration of a help desk with other very separate systems such as customer information held on Great Plains, and such as incoming … Continue reading ITAM/ITSM in the cloud? watch out for integration challenges
iPad as an IT asset: does the iPad make the grade in your organization? Your organization may be one of those in which a section of employees, and users of the IT resource you provide or manage, have decided they could work more productively if they had iPads. Have they been able to present a … Continue reading Should the ITAM office worry about ipads?
Sometimes you come across some commentary that feels truly in tune with the challenges of the time, and R “Ray” Wang offers some stimulating thoughts in a brief post on his Software Insider blog. Every one of his five propositions applies – I believe – to both vendors like us and to organizations using IT. … Continue reading Learning from the decade?