Barbara Rembiesa

The problem with Microsoft’s end-user license policy

Barbara Rembiesa joins Jim Blasingame to report on how Microsoft intended to leave some of the licenses of their programs open-ended for customers to add on to, and why that’s a problem for employers wanting to control their IT assets.

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What happens to all that work-from-home tech?
Barbara Rembiesa joins Jim Blasingame to encourage businesses to update their technology inventory with a strategy called ‘asset refresh.’
Barbara Rembiesa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal tips and best practices to use as we have our organizations working remotely during the pandemic period, including hardware, software, data and security.
Barbara Rembiesa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal tips and best practices to use as we have our organizations working remotely during the pandemic period, including hardware, software, data and security.
Barbara Rembiesa joins Jim Blasingame to report on the many ways that technology is helping small businesses to stay in business as they deal with the realities of the emergency pandemic period.
Barbara Rembiesa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why every business user of technology should control how employees use the programs and apps you provide, as well as how – and if – you want them to acquire IT products on their own.