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VMware vForum 2014 – worth checking out!

VMware vForum 2014 November 18th  11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. est. VMware vForum Online is an interactive half-day event specifically designed for business and IT professionals that includes breakout sessions, expert chats and Hands-on-Labs.  There are many reasons why vForum Online has become one of the industry’s largest online IT conferences.   It covers topics that […]

Email Retentions – What to expect… and endure

This post was written by Brett Workman who is a Senior Microsoft Infrastructure Consultant – Microsoft Solutions, in SIS’ Microsoft Solutions Practice. I thought I would compile a list of things I’ve experienced/endured in creating a policies around email retention.  This would include archive email repository files like MS Outlook PST files and Lotus Notes NSF (?) files. […]

Where Do We Go From Here? Building An IT Roadmap

You’ve possibly heard the saying: “If you fail to plan, you can plan to fail”. For many companies who have IT departments, but whose main line of business is not IT, that statement often becomes reality. The operational mode that these departments often find themselves in is one of fighting fires and issues as they […]

Feet on the Ground or Head in the Cloud?

How to decide whether a Cloud based or On Site based solution is right for you and your business. This post was written by Jennifer Snoddy who is a SharePoint Consultant in SIS’ Microsoft Solutions Practice. As a kid listening to the radio and the classic America’s Top 40 countdown show, I always remembered the […]

Move beyond SQL Server 2008R2!

This post was written by Nick Loghides who is a Data Platform Architect in our Microsoft Solutions Practice. Why should your company move beyond SQL Server 2008R2? There are so many reasons that I’m intending to do a whole series of blogs to cover them. But the first and primary reason is this: Mainstream Support […]