Inside IT: Improving Client Stability

March 27th, 2012 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 21 – Blue screens have been around for about as long as there have been PCs. They’re a major challenge for an organization, and they can significantly reduce productivity.. In spite of that, not enough has been done in the past to find a systematic way to address the problem. In this podcast, Refael Mizrahi and Shachaf Levi of Intel IT talk about how they tackled the problem of blue screens head-on. In the process, they learned more than they anticipated.


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