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How to Allow (and Perform) Self-Service Password Resets in Microsoft 365

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| November 25, 2020

To put it bluntly, no one enjoys password resets. For IT, they mean time away from more pressing tasks. The same is true for end users left locked out of their workdays, while they wait for the help desk to step in. It’s a time drain for both sides, but it’s one that can be […]

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Cisco and Microsoft Bring Microsoft Teams to Your Webex Room

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| November 19, 2020

Are you a Cisco shop or a Microsoft shop? When it comes to collaboration, many organizations – Arraya included – reside somewhere in the middle. The appeal of a diversified, multi-vendor collaboration footprint isn’t lost on Cisco and Microsoft. Even though they are competitors at heart, the tech giants have a history of making their […]

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SASE: What Is It and What Can It Do For You?

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| November 16, 2020

All Posts Coined by Gartner in the summer of 2019, SASE – short for Secure Access Service Edge and pronounced “sassy” – has become one of IT’s favorite buzzwords. Sure, it’s fun to say, but the appeal of SASE is far greater. SASE technology has real potential as a solution to a set of pain points that have been exacerbated since the term’s early days, […]

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Cisco ISE 3.0: Here’s What the New Release Can Do

Benjamin Zimbleman Benjamin Zimbleman| November 9, 2020

Cisco released its third version of Identity Services Engine (ISE) back in September. If you are not familiar with Cisco ISE, it is an industry leading Network Access Control (NAC) system that provides security policy management and access to your network infrastructure. Cisco ISE enables you to gather real-time contextual information from the users and devices that […]

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How to Add the New Lists App to Your Microsoft Teams Client

John Salmons Jr. John Salmons Jr.| November 2, 2020

What is Microsoft Lists? Lists is a Microsoft 365 app that can help keep you and your team organized and on the same page by way of the same intuitive collaboration you have come to expect from Microsoft. Whether you create a template from scratch or choose a pre-defined one, there is something there for […]

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Expert Q&A: Microsoft Teams - Lists Demo

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| October 29, 2020

John Salmons, an Arraya Inside Sales Engineer, discusses recent and upcoming changes to Microsoft Teams. Later, he demos Teams integration with the SharePoint list application.

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Dell Technologies World 2020: 4 Key Announcements

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| October 27, 2020

Members of Arraya’s engineering team journeyed to Dell Technologies World 2020 last week to learn all about the latest and greatest solutions from the IT giant. As has become standard practice this year, that journey lasted only as long as the trip from their bedrooms to their home offices. Despite an all-virtual and condensed (just […]

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Cloud Migration Checklist: 8 Things to Do Before Your First Project

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| October 26, 2020

So your organization has decided to move to the cloud – but the question remains: what now? There’s still quite a lot to do even after the destination has been chosen. Mapping out the finer points of how the journey should unfold often falls to IT. There’s plenty riding on nailing that itinerary. Missteps early […]

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VMware Horizon 8: 6 Significant Additions (and 2 Subtractions)

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| October 23, 2020

Last month, VMware released Horizon 8, the newest iteration of its application and desktop virtualization platform. As updates do, this one brought plenty of changes, adding new features and capabilities for admins to deploy and subtracting others that, while familiar, have grown replaceable. Horizon, by its nature, is an almost essential tool for the remote-first, […]

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This VMC on AWS News Could Make You Rethink Your Approach to Backups

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| October 22, 2020

Back in the summer, VMware announced the general availability of 2-node cluster support within VMware Cloud on AWS. With this news came the ability for organizations to deploy a production-ready presence inside VMC on AWS using only a pair of vSphere hosts. Previously, VMC on AWS support was limited to 3+ node clusters (as well […]

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