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CapaSystems is a Danish software development company and consultancy. Since 1996 we’ve been dedicated to delivering software solutions that provide our customers with better overview, improved end-user quality of experience and increased flexibility while reducing their costs.
With the release of PerformanceGuard 8.1, you now have the opportunity to measure performance and get an insight into Office 365 — the business-critical service in the Cloud, whose quality can often defy proper observation or measurement.
Drivers and firmware: If a hacker gets access to your operating system’s kernel through a driver and disables both the antivirus and the firewall, what good will it do if the software is updated?
CapaSystems has developed a unique service – CapaDrivers. CapaDrivers makes it easy to both install drivers on new computers and update these on existing ones.
Windows Images require you to watch your step — and take up precious time at your IT Department.
Danish engineering company NIRAS has opted yet again for CapaInstaller and signed up for Device Management from CapaSystems for 5 more years
DevOps: If you have any experience with coding and were on the IT development team only 5-10 years ago, you will know there were some lucky punches we landed.
Security holes: So now we have seen this too: the world in chamber arrest. The old dictionary came to use again—this time in the form of a makeshift adjustable height table so the home office did not end up generating any additional work for our country’s ergonomists and chiropractors.
Home office: When Covid-19 burst onto the world stage in March 2020, attention to employee home offices suddenly shot through the roof. With the entire or large parts of the workforce working from home, IT departments were in dire need of keeping up with developments in IT. And outside their internal networks.
Scrum: Time was when IT developers could work on a solution for half or even an entire year before sharing a single screenshot with the outside world.
Do you want to be able to see what is happening in your IT infrastructure — before it all goes...
In the following series of blogs, we will discuss Android Enterprise – Managed Google Play Store. There is a lot of information about this subject, therefore to make it easier to get started with; we will cover it in three blogs.
This is the first blog.
Microsoft recommends using the Windows 10 in-place upgrade (IPU) method when you want to upgrade your Windows installation with a new feature update.
Using this method automatically preserves all data, settings, applications, and drivers – in theory!
Windows Performance Counters: This blogpost will help you to understand, how you can monitor Windows Performance Counters in PerformanceGuard
TeamViewer Integration: To Integrate TeamViewer with CapaInstaller, you need to use Custom Inventory and External tools – follow this blog to make the integration work.
In the previous blog, Get Ready for Android Zero-touch, you learned what ZT is, which devices can be used and how to create an account. In this blog you will learn About Zero-touch Provisioning – Seamless enrollment of Android devices
This article describes what Android zero-touch (ZT) is and how you get started with it.
Google has announced that the Device Admin (DA) Device Management method will be deprecated in Android 10 and removed entirely in Android 11. Check this blog from Google.
AppConfig iOS: This article describes how to install the Outlook App and use AppConfig to setup Outlook for the linked user. It will set up an email, calendar, and contacts. It will also sync the contacts to the local phone book app.
The goal is to have your servers and clients activated, as simple as possible, with no maintenance for the IT department.
Distribution Server: In this brief document, I’ll discuss the problem arising when 1000 clients try to download a 4 GB software package from the same server at once, and what it takes to make it tolerable for the network administrator.