It feels like just yesterday we were watching the ball drop in New York City and signing up for gym memberships. A few holidays flew by and suddenly we’re in the middle of June, throwing barbecues in the backyard and planning our summer vacations.
But before chomping down on a donut-glazed hot dog covered in bacon, let’s take a moment to reflect on the most popular blog posts from the first half of the year.
Starting with number 10…
In this post, writer extraordinaire Michael Dortch explains who we are at Ivanti and why it matters.
Brent Bluth keeps it simple with this quick overview of all the ways in which Ivanti helps companies streamline their IT.
Michael Dortch promotes the (what was then upcoming) Interchange 2017 event.
There were also several post-Interchange blogs written by Jared Richardson, including Behind the scenes at Interchange 2017, Interchange 2017: A unified vision for IT, and Patch Tuesday Goes LIVE at Interchange 2017.
Security guru Chris Goettl dove into the BlueDoom ransomware outbreak that hit in mid-May.
Our Patch Tuesday blogs are a definite fan favorite, thanks to Chris Goettl‘s keen insights and wealth of knowledge on the topic.
Chris Goettl once again dispenses his wisdom, this time on the many questions surrounding Vault 7.
Chris Goettl covered Microsoft’s two months’ worth of updates that included 18 total bulletins.
Guest blogger James Rankin discussed the various methods for upgrading to Windows 10.
April’s Patch Tuesday consisted of 46 unique vulnerabilities.
Our number one top Ivanti blog for the year (so far) comes as no surprise since the WannaCry outbreak was a global news story. Read what our experts had to say about it, including the follow up posts: WannaCrypt Ransomware: Update for Ivanti Endpoint Security for Endpoint Manager Customers (LDSS), Three Things You Can Do Now to Increase User Contributions to Cybersecurity at Your Enterprise, WannaCry? How IT Asset Management Will Help You Avoid Ransomware Attacks, and WannaCrypt/WannaCry: 4 Best Practices for Fighting ‘Forever’ Ransomware Threats.