IT professionals often find themselves tasked with a project without the appropriate tool for the job. I worked on the Microsoft Project team for a couple of years managing their partner program. I spent much of my time in the field speaking to customers and partners. One piece of feedback I heard repeatedly was how unfriendly… Read more »
Windows Server 2016 was released in September and brings fabulous functionality improvements. Some of the new features are built to bypass burning issues for sysadmins, in dealing with infrastructure, security and even disaster recovery. This is why we’ve made a list of the most fun features that will impact the work of system administrators. Windows Server… Read more »
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Last Friday, a DDOS attack disrupted major parts of the internet in both North America and Europe. The attacks seems largely targeted on DNS provider Dyn disrupting access to major service providers such as Level 3, Zendesk, Okta, Github, Paypal, and more, according to sources like Gizmodo. This kind of botnet-driven DDOS attack is a […]
It sounded like something from a Sci-Fi thriller, but it was all too real. Several popular Internet websites were taken offline during a massive DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack. The attackers used unprotected IoT devices like surveillance cameras, DVR’s and printers with weak security settings. Among the websites and services affected on Friday were The New… Read more »
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One morning last August, I grabbed a cup of coffee and headed into my home office to join a conference call. I fired up Skype, and joined the call using my Logitech C920 webcam. Within seconds Skype froze. I tried again with the same results. I checked my Windows notification area to see FileHippo App… Read more »
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Hurricane activity peaks every year in late summer, when tropical cyclones form across the northern Atlantic Ocean. Some storms hit north American coasts with a vengeance, causing million dollars’ worth of damages to goods, and sometimes even lost lives. Along with the tragedies come stories of lost data due to damage to tech appliances, and… Read more »
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Have you ever wondered if you are stuck in an IT infrastructure loop, continuously deploying the same types of components and integrating them into an overall infrastructure architecture? Servers for CPU and RAM, storage appliances, hypervisor software, and disaster recovery software/appliances are just some of the different components that you’ve put together from different vendors to create […]
Time to bolster storage capacity for your server? Read our take on JBOD vs. RAID to see which of these popular storage options might be right for you.
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Learn the basics of penetration testing and brush up with some tips for getting the best possible results.
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The award-winning backup and disaster recovery software ShadowProtect SPX, now integrates with LabTech remote monitoring and management software. Backup and disaster recovery leader StorageCraft Technology Corporation and software developer ConnectWise have announced a deeper integration between the companies’ offerings. The two companies collaborated on a plugin that will allow users of ShadowProtect SPX to deploy, monitor and manage… Read more »
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