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· 6 min read

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted education around the globe. Educators everywhere—at every level—had to hastily implement remote learning curricula for “learning-from-home” and try to continue maintaining student engagement with the changed environment. The current school year has been marked by a mix of classroom and remote learning, with sometimes jarring transitions from one to the other in response to outbreaks.

Former West Virginia Governor Bob Wise has likened COVID-19 to other natural disasters, saying, “There are three stages to any natural disaster. There’s triage, there’s transition to what is next, and if you’re very fortunate and deliberate, then transformation…We either take this very disrupted, very tumultuous year to plan and build a system that we want or we stumble along, always transitioning but rarely improving.”

· 6 min read

For many of us, the future of work has changed. While it’s impossible to predict the steady state outcome, it’s already clear working remotely will play an important role going forward. As we extend our enterprise beyond the traditional confines of physical location, some interesting decisions are presented.

What is top of mind for organizations of all sizes as we move forward? The recent scramble to implement or expand work-from-anywhere solutions has caused many to give End User Computing (EUC) technologies a second or third look.

· 7 min read

It’s 3:00 am and your Incident Response system has sent out an alert… again. Endpoint Protection on a user’s device has triggered an alarm and the investigation begins. Someone clicked a link in their browser and the clock is ticking to contain potential data leakage outside the organization or another round of ransomware is knocking at the door trying to find a way in.