Author Archives for Doug Miller

Stay Ahead of the Curve with RSM Device Management

Stay Ahead of the Curve with RSM Device Management

- May 28, 2019

In the U.S. alone, smartphone users will reach 271 million by 2022 and the number of tablet users is forecast...

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Performance is key for your new technology implementation

Performance is key for your new technology implementation

- April 19, 2016

The fastest way to lose end user support of a new technology implementation is to see system crippling slowness, making...

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IT support needs – what’s best for your organization?

IT support needs – what’s best for your organization?

- January 5, 2016

IT support and its role in modern companies is often a topic that tends to leave an organization’s decision maker in a tight spot....

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Welcome to the era of “Good Enough” IT

Welcome to the era of “Good Enough” IT

- December 15, 2015

Over the last few years I have seen a really disturbing trend with my clients – they make purchases based...

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High Availability and Disaster Recovery:  is your plan aligned to your needs?

High Availability and Disaster Recovery: is your plan aligned to your needs?

- September 23, 2015

Disaster Recovery, Backups, and High Availability are terms that are thrown around in reference to a business’s ability to recover...

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Microsoft Cloud Platform Roadmap

Microsoft Cloud Platform Roadmap

- February 5, 2015

I have been working with Microsoft for the largest portion of my career; be it as a customer, a partner,...

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Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: Understanding RTO and RPO

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: Understanding RTO and RPO

- December 23, 2014

Lately, I have had several conversations with customers regarding Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BC/DR).   I am finding that, in...

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