Tag: manage

ManageEngine User Conference and Training in Australia – Update

This past year, ManageEngine has been all about changing the game in IT. Customer-focused User Conferences have been held very successfully all over in US, Europe, Middle East and very recently in Australia. The two-day conference in Melbourne and Sydney was packed with key technical sessions, group-based discussions, industry information, and other useful take-away for our customers.

Facts Revealed: Beyond Microsoft Partner Technology Advisor’s Mythbusters

  In Reponse to http://www.microsoftnow.com/2012/02/how-a-manageengine-partner-spreads-fud.html Facts Behind Mythbuster #1 I agree, It’s absurd to compare ManageEngine products with a complete enterprise-gas (oops class) Datacenter/Private Cloud management Suite from Microsoft. It’s possible that ManageEngine resellers expected Microsoft products to work out-of-the-box like ManageEngine products. Maybe they just downloaded the Microsoft SCOM and expected to see Linux and Unix management instantly

The Business of Sports and Information Technology

An upset of epic proportions, the off the scale magnitude, the incredible happened this past weekend. The Indiana University Hoosiers (unranked and my Alma Mater) defeated the NCAA #1 ranked team, the Kentucky Wildcats, on a last second 3 pointer at the buzzer. The lead changed hands three times in the closing 2 minutes, Score 73-72. The barn burner could not have been predicted better. Not only the significance of this win, the Hoosiers has not beat a ranked team since 2002 and have not won the National Championship since 1987 (under Bobby Knight fame and the heroes of Steve Alford and Keith Smart…And Yes, I was at the Fountain in Bloomington, but that is another story). Let me put this into perspective, there are over 340 Division 1 schools in the nation. It takes a lot of talent and hard work to be #1. With the Indy Colts in the cellar without Peyton Manning, the State of Indiana needed and shot in the arm, a hair of dog pick-me-up, a just a plain old fashion confidence boost.