Action 1 Restoration New Website Focuses on Being User Friendly and Having More Useful Resources – Press Release

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 5, 2020 / Action 1 Restoration is pleased to announce the launch of their newly redesigned website. This is in keeping with their desire to be a company that is always progressive and strives to give their customers the best possible experience when working with them. The main focus of the new website was to make it as user friendly as possible and to provide potential customers with many useful resources. This reputable New York-based restoration company has assembled teams of the best contractors from coast to coast that are ready to respond quickly to any type of water, storm, or fire damage situations.

The company’s CEO, Eduardo Sapp, says, “We are always looking for ways to improve our services and to enhance our customers’ experience with us. A big part of that is having a modern website that’s easy to navigate around and gets people quickly to the exact information on our company that they are interested in. That’s why we made redesigning our website over the last few months a huge priority for us here at Action 1 Restoration. We are extremely pleased with the way that our redesigned website turned out and we believe our customers will be too.”

Sapp went on to say that all of their emergency restoration services are explained in more detail than ever before on the newly redesigned website. He gave as an example their water damage restoration services. There is now an entire webpage dedicated to this aspect of the business that discusses how the contractors that work with Action1Restoration are experts when it comes to water removal & extraction and how they use sophisticated equipment to handle such steps as drying & dehumidification. The company CEO says that this dedicated section also talks

VMware 2020 discussion focuses on “Design Principles of Modern Apps”

On Tuesday, VMware kicked off its annual conference, VMworld. The first day of the virtual event featured a “Design Principles of Modern Apps” session with insights from IDEO and VMware representatives.

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On Tuesday, Sept. 29, VMware kicked off its annual conference VMworld virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. The first day of VMworld 2020 featured numerous announcements, including the company’s intent to acquire SaltStack. 

Tuesday’s kickoff was filled with virtual question-and-answer sessions, “Quick Talks,” fireside chats, and more. The afternoon schedule featured a session titled “Design Principles of Modern Apps” including a discussion with Iain Roberts, COO at IDEO, Andrew Nusca, digital editor at Fortune, and Edward Hieatt, SVP services and support at VMware. Below, we’ve detailed the highlights from this specific session.

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VMware 2020: Design Principles of Modern Apps

On Tuesday, VMware announced expansions to accelerate infrastructure and app modernization efforts for customers including a partnership with GitLab as well as Tanzu support updates spanning VMware Cloud on AWS, Azure VMware Solution, and Oracle Cloud VMware Solution. Tanzu is VMware’s Kubernetes platform. During the discussion, Hieatt detailed how Tanzu had enabled organizations to adapt to the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.

As an example, Hieatt noted VMware’s work with retailer, Dick’s Sporting Goods. The adoption of Tanzu prior to the onset of COVID-19 enabled Dick’s to readily react as lockdown measures took hold and consumer retail shopping habits shifted, Hieatt said. In less than two weeks, Dick’s was able to offer a curbside pick-up app.

Roberts also detailed how the coronavirus pandemic is shifting the way organizations view legacy systems and operations. Roberts explained that a thorough understanding of the systems a company is built on has historically been part of the CTO’s role, however, it now needs