New SCCM 2006 Hotfix KB4584759 to Fix Desktop Analytics Error

Anoop

Microsoft released the new SCCM 2006 Hotfix KB4584759 to Fix Desktop Analytics Error. This hotfix applicable to all the environments that are using Desktop Analytics, and was installed by using early update ring or globally available builds of version 2006.

Enable ConfigMgr Applications from Intune Portal | Admin Center

Anoop

Now, you can check ConfigMgr applications from Intune Portal (a.k.a Let’s check a new tenant attach ConfigMgr Applications feature made available with the release of ConfigMgr 2006. Let’s revise the details about applications from the ConfigMgr console.

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Fix SCCM Application Blade Times Out Issue ConfigMgr 2002 | Hotfix

Anoop

There is a new Out of Band Hotfix KB 4576782 released for ConfigMgr Manager 2002 to Fix SCCM Application Blade Times Out Issue. The KB 4576782 release as out of Band hotfix even after releasing the SCCM 2006 version into production is […]. Subscribe YouTube Channel [link].

What accelerates – and slows – the development of social networking mobile platforms - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

Second, the cost of mobile data is a critical enabler of these applications. The reason the US has leapfrogged Europe and Asia in some mobile applications over the last years, after being miles behind at the turn of the century, is that they have highly attractive mobile data plans.

Social networks, data mining, and intelligence - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Speaking at the Network Roundtable | Main | Talking about MySpace Generation » Social networks, data mining, and intelligence Ross Dawson, May 12, 2006 4:09 AM US PT The uproar over the phone calls records collected by the National Security Agency to search for terrorist activity is actually a network phenomenon.

Virtual Application Delivery with Microsoft App-V

CTOvision

Microsoft acquired a company called Softricity in 2006. Post-acquisition, Microsoft rebranded Softricity’s application virtualization suite into App-V. The true power of application virtualization hasn’t been realized due to the fact that man. If you keep up with the latest technology news, it seems like virtualization is happening in every corner of the IT world. It might be a surprise to you that Microsoft App-V has actually been around for a while.

Making successful decisions: Technology Purchase Influence Networks - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Social networks and search | Main | MeshForum 2006: Connecting networks » Making successful decisions: Technology Purchase Influence Networks Ross Dawson, April 18, 2006 1:20 AM US PT There can be few more important IT issues—for both large corporations and the vendors that service them—than making major technology purchasing decisions successfully.

Federal cyber incidents grew an astounding 1,300% between 2006 and 2015

Network World

That’s one amazingly scary number: Since 2006 cyber incidents involving the Federal government have grown 1,300%. This complexity increases the difficulty in identifying, managing, and protecting the myriad of operating systems, applications, and devices comprising the systems and networks.

Carbonado

All Things Distributed

From the Carbonado docs: Carbonado is an extensible, high performance persistence abstraction layer for Java applications, providing a relational view to the underlying persistence technology. As of today one of the technologies developed internally at Amazon is available on sourceforge as an open-source project.

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Mashups and the blur between applications

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

Spreadsheet » August 16, 2006 Mashups and the blur between applications An interesting article by Michael Vizard in the current issue of Baseline magazine warns of an impending data management crisis as the lines blur between what used to be discrete line-of-business applications (ERP, CRM, services automation, other backoffice). With rich web service-based mashups and hooks in our desktop applications such as Office 2007, expect ubiquitous BI.

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: BI & Search: If not yet married, perhaps living together?

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

Before You Publish » October 17, 2006 BI & Search: If not yet married, perhaps living together? An article in the most recent issue of BI Review , adapted from a recent research report by Ventana Research , is another I’ve seen recently that the IT trend, much-discussed here, of applications used primarily by consumers making inroads into the enterprise: we’re seeing it happen with blogs, wikis, mash-ups, search, instant messaging, user-contributed content, etc.

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Two new TLAs

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

the Enterprise, and our friends in Redmond » December 14, 2006 Two new TLAs If you know me, you know that Im unusually fond of TLAs , or three-letter-acronyms. Their public unveiling came in this press release from June 2006, at the Tech Ed conference in Boston. When you think of OBA, think first of Duet, the joint initiative between Microsoft and SAP to make Office and SAPs applications much more compatible.

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Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Successful BI -- Youll Know It When You Find It

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

the Enterprise, and our friends in Redmond | Main | User Interface -- Clean and Simple » December 21, 2006 Successful BI -- Youll Know It When You Find It I came across an excellent article in the most recent DM Review magazine about indicators of successful Business Intelligence (BI) solutions. ps Thanks for reading in 2006, and have a happy and safe holiday. Knowledge Management of the Personal-Flavored Variety, Part 1 Office 2010 Web Applications Preview Geek Reads 2009.2:

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: User Interface -- Clean and Simple

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

Web/Tech Weblogs Add me to your TypePad People list Subscribe to this blogs feed See how were connected « Successful BI -- Youll Know It When You Find It | Main | New Years Resolution » December 22, 2006 User Interface -- Clean and Simple If youre tempted to complain about the new "ribbon" user interface in Microsoft Office 2007, just remember this (yes, I exaggerated to make a point): Happy holidays, everyone!

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: Business Intelligence for simulating the future

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge

Leveraging your organisational knowledge relates to Knowledge Management, organisational learning, human capital development, social media/networks strategy, multi-channels Customer Relationships Management (CRM) 02 June 2006 Business Intelligence for simulating the future Chris Caren (Microsoft’s general manager of Office business applications) had recently this to say about Business Intelligence: The latest three trends are: 1.

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Hardware to Run SharePoint 2007

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

Web/Tech Weblogs Add me to your TypePad People list Subscribe to this blogs feed See how were connected « SharePoint and Office 2007 reference materials -- bookmark these | Main | Two new TLAs » December 08, 2006 Hardware to Run SharePoint 2007 My colleague James Henry just wrote a very solid article regarding sizing considerations for new deployments of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services v3.

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Web 2.0, the Enterprise, and our friends in Redmond

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

Web/Tech Weblogs Add me to your TypePad People list Subscribe to this blogs feed See how were connected « Two new TLAs | Main | Successful BI -- Youll Know It When You Find It » December 14, 2006 Web 2.0, Knowledge Management of the Personal-Flavored Variety, Part 1 Office 2010 Web Applications Preview Geek Reads 2009.2:

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: The virtuous cycle of the Gift Economy

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge

Leveraging your organisational knowledge relates to Knowledge Management, organisational learning, human capital development, social media/networks strategy, multi-channels Customer Relationships Management (CRM) 08 December 2006 The virtuous cycle of the Gift Economy « Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.»

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Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: MTLC Web 2.0 presentation

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

Main | Conversation with Dr. Alan Greenspan at MTLC » September 21, 2006 MTLC Web 2.0 Posted by: sadalit | September 21, 2006 at 11:06 AM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. Knowledge Management of the Personal-Flavored Variety, Part 1 Office 2010 Web Applications Preview Geek Reads 2009.2:

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Beta Blues -- Dont Let This Happen to You!

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

presentation » September 15, 2006 Beta Blues -- Dont Let This Happen to You! Alas, the Outlook client will not work with Office 2007 until (I am told) the RTM release of Office 2007, currently anticipated to be November, 2006. Knowledge Management of the Personal-Flavored Variety, Part 1 Office 2010 Web Applications Preview Geek Reads 2009.2:

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Constructing the Information Workplace

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

Web/Tech Weblogs Add me to your TypePad People list Subscribe to this blogs feed See how were connected « Converging Business Solutions with Information Worker Solutions | Main | Business Data Catalog: unwrapping line-of-business data » August 04, 2006 Constructing the Information Workplace I read a great article this week in the August/September issue of BIReview Magazine (on my desk, but alas not on the web as this posting).

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Converging Business Solutions with Information Worker Solutions

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

Knowledge Management of the Personal-Flavored Variety, Part 1 Office 2010 Web Applications Preview Geek Reads 2009.2: Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker Home Archives Profile Subscribe About KMA About Categories Articles Books Business Intelligence Collaboration Current Affairs Events Google Apps Knowledge Management Microsoft Office Off Topic Products Project Management Science Search SharePoint Social Media Technology Industry This Blog Web 2.0

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Conversation with Dr. Alan Greenspan at MTLC

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

» September 26, 2006 Conversation with Dr. Alan Greenspan at MTLC Last night, I had a chance to hear Dr. Alan Greenspan speak at a Mass Technology Leadership Council event. Knowledge Management of the Personal-Flavored Variety, Part 1 Office 2010 Web Applications Preview Geek Reads 2009.2:

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Business Data Catalog: unwrapping line-of-business data

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

go to a URL for more information about a customer, open a new service call in the line-of-business application, open an InfoPath form to start a new business process such as a new project for an existing customer) · new Enterprise Search capabilities of MOSS extended to this line-of-business data. Knowledge Management of the Personal-Flavored Variety, Part 1 Office 2010 Web Applications Preview Geek Reads 2009.2:

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: What if we tried to foresee what will follow the currently unfolding Knowledge Economy?

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge

Leveraging your organisational knowledge relates to Knowledge Management, organisational learning, human capital development, social media/networks strategy, multi-channels Customer Relationships Management (CRM) 29 August 2006 What if we tried to foresee what will follow the currently unfolding Knowledge Economy? It is when ideas are used (to create practical application or to create ideas that then have practical application) that they have value.

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Benefits of Application Modernization: Get Insights from Data

Perficient

Cloud computing (as it was called in 2006) was considered an emerging technology, and yet it spawned a revolution. When working with clients on cloud engagements, they continue to see significant benefits of application modernization. Part one of this series explores how application modernization pays off to gain insights from your data. Building new applications that drive insights from data will help differentiate your business from the competition.

Diving Deep on S3 Consistency

All Things Distributed

I recently posted about Amazon S3 and how it’s evolved over the last 15 years since we launched the service in 2006 as “storage for the internet.”

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Fountainhead: What Is Meant by a "Cloud-Ready" Application?

Fountainhead

What Is Meant by a "Cloud-Ready" Application? They dont interact with the applications unique. solution if you really understand the specific application. OASIS Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications (TOSCA). What Is Meant by a "Cloud-Ready" Application? ► 2006. (2). skip to main | skip to sidebar. Fountainhead. Insights into Data Center Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing. Monday, March 25, 2013.

Fountainhead: Why Utility Computing Failed (But Cloud Computing.

Fountainhead

Since about 2006 I’ve been involved with data center IT automation. And its value proposition was simple and uncomplicated: Consolidate applications, reduce hardware sprawl. ► 2006. (2). skip to main | skip to sidebar. Fountainhead. Insights into Data Center Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing. Monday, January 24, 2011. Why Utility Computing Failed (But Cloud Computing Didnt).

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: Geek Reading, Dec. 2006

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

2006 One of the emergent trends in Web 2.0 2006 : Comments Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. Knowledge Management of the Personal-Flavored Variety, Part 1 Office 2010 Web Applications Preview Geek Reads 2009.2:

Managing What Matters In the Cloud: The Apps » Data Center.

Data Center Knowledge

Paul Speciale is Chief Marketing Officer at Appcara , which is a provider of a model-based cloud application platform. Numerous IT management tools are available today for use with the cloud, but the rubber meets the road at the level of the application because this is what a user will actually “use.” Cloud Application Management. In contrast to Cloud Management, the emerging category of “Cloud Application Management” addresses the next level above the Infrastructure cloud.

Announcing the 2008 Top 100 Australian Web 2.0 Applications list – Launch is on 19 June - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

Applications list – Launch is on 19 June Ross Dawson, May 11, 2008 3:38 PM US PT [UPDATE:] The final Top 100 list is now up. Applications. The list will be launched on 19 June in BRW magazine together with feature stories on the relevance of the leading online applications to business, including on investment, corporate productivity, customer engagement and innovation.

IBM, Pivotal Team to Boost CloudFoundry » Data Center Knowledge

Data Center Knowledge

Continuing to sharpen its focus on enterprise cloud computing, IBM is joining forces with Pivotal to support CloudFoundry, the versatile platform as a service (PaaS) framework that allows developers to build applications that can run on multiple clouds. We believe that the Cloud Foundry platform has the potential to become an extraordinary asset that many players can leverage in an open way to enable a new generation of applications for the cloud,” said Paul Maritz, CEO of Pivotal.

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With Latest DCIM Update, FieldView Focuses on Integration

Data Center Knowledge

Fieldview says its latest update focuses on addressing a critical gap in DCIM solutions: sharing data that is gathered, stored and analyzed with other applications. ” To address these gaps, FieldView is changing from providing a custom integration for individual applications to creating two different data links that streamline and share power, cooling, historical and other information critical to optimizing today’s data centers. December 2006 (43). November 2006 (51).

CloudVelocity Announces $13M Funding, New Tools for AWS.

Data Center Knowledge

CloudVelocity today released its One Hybrid Cloud software for migrating applications to Amazon Web Services. Cloud startup CloudVelocity has raised $13 million to further its tools to provide seamless migration of enterprise applications between data centers and cloud platforms, and has released its One Hybrid Cloud software to move workloads to Amazon Web Services, the company said today. December 2006 (43). November 2006 (51). October 2006 (44). About DCK.

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Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge Worker: What do these applications have in common?

Victus pro Scientia Opus -- Food for the Knowledge

Web/Tech Weblogs Add me to your TypePad People list Subscribe to this blogs feed See how were connected « "Dogfooding" PerformancePoint Server at Microsoft | Main | Some Searches Are More Equal Than Others » November 29, 2007 What do these applications have in common? LinkedIn Wikipedia Google Windows Live Messenger Facebook Notepad Microsoft Word Gmail Flickr They are all applications I saw people using during the keynote sessions at yesterdays Gilbane Conference in Boston.

Fountainhead: The End of the Laptop-Centric World?

Fountainhead

Is this you: You own multiple laptops or desktop computers because you have different uses, jobs, clients or applications? To accomplish her work she needs access to each clients intranet as well as a number of their secure, internal applications. Enter the concepts of "Mobile applications" and "Virtual desktops". They might also provide a secure application streaming protocol for specific internal applications (think: SAP, accounting, web browsing, email, etc.

SeanDaniel.com [tech]: Using your Home Server for more than.

Sean Daniel

Back in 2006, I was without power for 4 days in November. This will make the user a standard user on the server, so it will have access to do things the same as a standard user would have access on a client PC (running applications, a /user folder with full control, and access to those folders you gave it. So you can load up any application and have it work in the context of this non-administrative user. ► 2006. (63). SeanDaniel.com [tech].

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Fountainhead: It Will Be a Data-Centric (Cloudy) World

Fountainhead

In the context of data, applications and cloud computing, this question takes on a new perspective - and the role of Mohammed and the Mountain may soon reverse. In the traditional application-centric (and static infrastructure) world, the Application is the immovable "mountain". But for some uses and applications this may all change - altering with it the how-and-where compute and community clouds form. ► 2006. (2). skip to main | skip to sidebar.

Mobile social networking, meaning virtual networks bringing people physically together, will inevitably be a pervasive application - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

In 2005 I wrote about the next phase of mobile social network players including Dodgeball (bought by Google, who did nothing with them) and Meetro, and over the last couple of years I was interviewed on mobile social networking by a number of publications, including one piece in 2006 on What accelerates - and slows - the development of social networking mobile platforms. Perhaps the application Arrington refers to will break through after only mildly successful attempts so far.

Predictions 2020: What’s Going to Happen in Cloud Computing

CTOvision

Cloud computing has been a Top 3 trend in IT since it took root with the introduction of AWS’s S3 data storage in late 2006. Its predecessor, the ASP (application service provider), was an important pioneering technology, but it generally was a fragile and unreliable solution. It took a lot of trial and error, time, […].

The next phase of the Internet will be about creating value from the WOW (Wide Open Web) - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

Expo in San Francisco seems to be openness and APIs (Application Programming Interfaces), which I defined in our Web 2.0 Framework as “A defined interface to a computer application or database that allows access by other applications.” keynoter Max Levchin focuses on the implications of APIs on every application, and Tim O’Reilly in his keynote says that the paradox is that applications built on open, decentralized networks are leading to new concentrations of power.

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Amazon AWS: Dominating In Cloudcomputing, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and IoT

CTOvision

We have been tracking Amazon for years, but as a reference point consider that in November 2006 BusinessWeek ran a cover story with the title "Jeff Bezos' Risky Bet" where the concept of cloud computing as a business model disruptor was catapulted into the mainstream. Amazon considers cloud computing to be the on-demand delivery of IT resources and applications via the Internet with pay-as-you-go pricing. Research Team.