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Microsoft’s mobile device management meltdown

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InTune? Doesn’t sound like it to us

free site for affairs Microsoft UK’s online enterprise mobility device management service Intune suffered a near four-hour wobble this morning that was rectified early in the afternoon.

datingsite voor jeugd gratis The firm ‘fessed up to “issues” and to “service degradation” on its online service status page at 9am.

datingsite kiezen “We continue to work on a configuration change to speed up the processing of the message backlog in order to mitigate impact,” the company admitted.

site de rencontre français payant “This is expected to take an extended period of time. While this work is carried out, users will see gradual recovery,” it added.

Readers told us normal service resumed after lunch but they were not told the reason – or reasons – that caused the outage.

The upshot is that those attempting to deploy mobile device management settings or policies experienced a delay, Microsoft said.

We have asked Microsoft for comment, and we’ll update if/when the marketing pixies in Redmond decide whether they want to detail what particular gremlins were in the machine today. ®

Read more by Paul Kunert

Cloud Computing Vs You

Cloud Computing vs You, is in effect you versus the IT industry.

Today, there is huge speculation about how we should work, when we should work and on what we should work with.  It is a mine field and in good old IT experience, there is not 1 set way of achieving this.  The Only thing I can suggest is that you look at how you are working now and go with that solution, but always be thinking about tomorrow.  If you going to grow in size and volume of staff, there is no point in blind and saving Pence on Hardware, Spend wisely and make sure you can always upgrade.

We see it a great deal within the industry where somebody has purchased equipment which is below recommended specification, but hey, it saves a couple of pence, only to find out later that the equipment is neither use nor ornament.

Cloud Computing is Very Good and Very Clever, however, you have to look at different variables for when things go wrong, such as multiple Internet Connections, 3 / 4G for Backup, Hosting Company goes Bust.  What would you do if you could not access your Data?

 

 

Titsup 2e2’s data centre dustup gave UK users the CLOUD FEAR

When 2e2 Group suddenly collapsed earlier this year, owing over £400m to trade creditors and stranding a rake of customers from NHS trusts to the Bank of England, a gigantic question mark instantly formed over the cloud.

Many customers already had concerns about keeping control of their assets in the cloud. 2e2’s rapid collapse seemed to justify every single concern a reasonably sentient end user would have had about off-premises computing. It’s fair to assume many of those who were dipping their toes into the cloud are now are doing a rapid back-pedal.

Read More By | Steve Bell

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