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The RES Technical Blog offers strategies and industry insights on today’s and tomorrow’s innovation. The RES blog will provide the latest updates on RES solutions and services and tips on how best to maximize your RES investment.

Ask Ellen Video Blog Series – Consistent User Experience for Clinicians

September 24, 2015

The Ask Ellen video blog series takes questions that we hear from customers, partners and our social media friends like you to and gets them answered by our own healthcare and life sciences expert Ellen Derrico. You can connect with Ellen here. Today’s question came from one of our customers « Read More

Cloud-Based Office Apps: The New Standard?

September 23, 2015

Part 2 of the Desktop Disruptions Series Previously I touched on the impact that Windows 10 will have on many IT organizations. This week, as part of the desktop disruption series, we’ll be taking a look at another Microsoft offering that is shaking up enterprises – Office 365. Whether it’s « Read More

How User Abstraction Creates Better Business Efficiency and Security

September 22, 2015

Guest Blog By: Bill Kleyman, Vice President of Strategy and Innovation at MTM Technologies http://www.mtm.com Because of cloud computing and IT consumerization, there is now a distinct focus on the end-user. And, not just the end-user – the entire business. The reality within the modern business organization is that more « Read More

Lessons from VMworld 2015: Speed Trumps Size

September 15, 2015

VMworld 2015 took over San Francisco, and, as expected, the event was full of energy. It seems like the Solutions Exchange keeps growing larger and larger each year, meaning that VMware customers have an increasing number of partners and solutions at their fingertips to complement their VMware investments. On the « Read More

Improved User Session Search Capabilities for the Service Desk

September 10, 2015

In a previous post, we covered improved search functionality as it relates to managed applications with RES ONE Workspace 2015. Today we’ll take a look at similar enhancements within the User Session node. Our research shows that this a place in the console where admins spend the most time, especially « Read More

Windows 10: Softening the Sting

September 9, 2015

Part 1 of the Desktop Disruptions Blog Series For IT teams, it seems there is always an imminent project or time sensitive initiative creeping up that is threatening to derail both business-as-usual functions and hopes for focusing on strategic contributions to the business. This blog is the first of the « Read More

Out of Sight, Out of Mind – Key to Being a Healthcare IT Superstar

September 8, 2015

Take a look at the photograph below. At quick glance you know a few things instantly: it’s a healthcare setting, there’s a patient in need, a medical team is rushing to help and time is of the essence. When I see photos like this, my first question is, “does the « Read More

Organizations Need Disruptive Innovation to Survive

September 8, 2015

When Airbnb threatens to become the largest hotelier within just a few years, and you own a large hotel chain – what do you do? When an innovator like Tesla begins to turn the auto industry upside down, and you have hundreds of billions invested in traditional manufacturing plants – « Read More

Simplified Application Management with New Search Capabilities

September 3, 2015

You may have noticed that the RES ONE Workspace Management Console has been significantly improved to make it easier and faster for you to find what you are looking for, especially if you are dealing with large amounts of data. In addition to making it easier to find information, we « Read More

RES ONE Workspace 2015 – Browser Independent Website Security

August 27, 2015

With the launch of RES ONE Workspace 2015, we announced our new browser independent website security feature. Whether it’s for security, compliance or productivity, sometimes enterprises have a need to control and track website access. With the growing diversification of browsers, IT needs to have controls in place over many browser « Read More