As promised, here is part two of what’s new in vSphere 6.0. In Part 1, I covered features like compute, instant clone and fault tolerance, but in this post I will be covering Storage and Management.
Over the years, we have advised many schools on their IT, so we know that all school environments are unique in their make-up and requirements. What we have learnt when it comes to device programs is that the device is really the last thing to discuss. You need to start by considering objectives, timelines, stakeholder buy-in and pedagogy before you can form a strategy to ensure the technology will be firmly embedded into the curriculum. When it finally comes down to choosing the device, the options can be overwhelming to some, so we approach this conversation in a consultative fashion.
As the use and diversity of IT in schools has grown over the years, so have the requirements of the IT Manager. But have the expectations of the IT Manager grown beyond the capabilities of mere mortals? Are schools now looking for the mythical man? There is no doubt that schools, like most organisations today, [...]