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Weston Morris leads the architecture for Unisys End User Services. He has more than 25 years of systems analysis, design, integration, and software development experience.
A Windows 10 migration is not always a slam dunk. Here are the top four ways a migration can go bad.
Posted by: Weston Morris on June 13th, 2017
As we look in on a day in the life of João and his team of contractors, working on a DevOps project in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, we’ll learn how his company’s use of the Project Persona for its contract workers gives his team the exact technology and support they need to keep corporate intellectual property safe at the lowest cost.
Posted by: Weston Morris on February 9th, 2016
As we look in on a day in the life of Rodney and his team, a group of employees working in one of the company’s 30 retail stores in Australia, we’ll learn how his company’s use of the Retail Persona gives them the exact technology and support they need to keep sales in his store humming.
As we look in on a day in the life of Keiko, a sales rep in Tokyo, we’ll learn how her company’s use of the Road Warrior Persona keeps her productive as she deals with technology issues away from the office.
Posted by: Weston Morris on January 26th, 2016
Let’s face it: The day of the one-size-fits-all model for end user services is over.
Posted by: Weston Morris on January 5th, 2016
At some point in the future, the last IPv4 packets will be handled and the world will speak one language – the language of IPv6.
Posted by: Weston Morris on June 5th, 2015
To be successful with this two-speed methodology in the area of mobile application development requires a diverse set of people with complementary strengths.
Posted by: Weston Morris on May 21st, 2015
Is there a place for BYOD in the Public Sector? In this blog post we look at three distinct use cases for BYOD, each with their own security concerns and techniques to address those security concerns.
Posted by: Weston Morris on April 14th, 2015
What considerations are critical to ensure your organization’s BYOD program is a success? Explore four key topic areas and learn how to best address them.
Posted by: Weston Morris on July 14th, 2014