Windows 11 is here. Are you ready to deliver a new experience?

After much anticipation, Windows 11 has finally arrived, taking over as Microsoft’s primary Operating System. With a modern, sleek aesthetic and rearranged start menu and taskbar navigation, the new OS has caught the eyes of the members of the global workforce who will be using it daily very soon (or, at least, before Windows 10’s 2025 end-of-life date). But it’s also caught the eye of a group of people who are a bit more anxious about this change: IT professionals.


Preparing for the Windows 11 Transition: Device Resources and Support

At its virtual event in June 2021, Microsoft unveiled Windows 11, sharing a number of new features and, in some cases, some big changes. Windows 11 officially launched on October 5, but the transition will be months in the making for most enterprises. This is, in part, due to the fact that the transition to Windows 11 will be a stark difference compared to OS upgrades in the past.


Windows 11 is Here: What to Expect and How to Prepare

Ready or not, it’s October 5, 2021 and that means Windows 11 is here. Let’s take a closer look at some of the big changes to the long-standing OS. Based on insights from a member of the Windows team, “Windows 11 is designed and built as a complete set of experiences.” It includes updates in security, reliability, compatibility, video conferencing, multitasking, playing, creating, building, and learning, to name a few.


Windows 11: how to configure an auto-patch decline in N-central

Oh, happy days—it’s October 5 and Windows 11 release day! We have tested remote control, agents and probes, and monitoring and management functions, which all appear to be working seamlessly. However, there are still many good reasons for your MSP customers to wait to upgrade from Windows 10.


Ivanti Provides Support for Windows 11 Today!

Microsoft Windows 11 is now available. In the coming weeks and months, PC vendors will offer an option to purchase a new computer with Windows 10 or Windows 11. Ivanti UEM solutions provide immediate support of Windows 11, allowing IT to discover, manage, secure and service these devices. Regardless of rolling out Windows 11 day-one or taking your time, Ivanti UEM is ready when you are.


Say hello to Windows 11 with Desktop Central

Microsoft unveiled Windows 11 on June 24, 2021 at its virtual launch event. Though Windows 11 will be officially available on October 5, 2021, Microsoft has shared the initial beta version with members of its Windows Insider Program. Starting October 5th, Microsoft will roll out the Windows 11 upgrade to eligible Windows 10 PCs, and pre-loaded Windows 11 will be available for sale. The latest OS offers significant improvements to security and management features.


Why Windows service monitoring is vital for optimal network performance

A network service is an application running at the network application layer and above that provides data storage, manipulation, presentation, or communication. It is often implemented using client-server or peer-to-peer architecture based on application-layer network protocols. Windows services are critical processes that support vital server functionality. Sometimes these services fail to start or they stop working.

Kubernetes Master Class Windows Container Support with Rancher

In this session, we’ll focus on the new support for Windows containers on RKE2 in Rancher 2.6, powered by Calico and containerd. Furthermore, we’ll be covering the following important aspects within this ecosystem: Lastly, you’ll get to see a demonstration of deploying Windows and Linux workloads side-by-side in Rancher, and how to scale.NET applications in Windows containers.