HYCU Continues Its March Towards Becoming the Default Nutanix Backup Solution

Any time a new operating system platform comes to market, one backup solution tends to lead in providing a robust set of data protection features that companies can quickly, easily, and economically deploy. It happened with Unix. It happened with Windo…

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Active Directory Permissions: Best Practices for Data Protection

There are few tasks an IT administrator will perform that are more important than securing and protecting the data stored in Active Directory. When done properly, Active Directory serves to authenticate those with permission to access the data while keeping everyone else out of the system. It’s a tricky balance. The users you serve want… Read more »

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Microsoft Issues Windows XP Patch, Warns Attack Was ‘Wake-up Call’

Microsoft has released a Windows XP patch on Tuesday that guards against the Wannacry ransomware. Specifically, it patches the vulnerability in the Windows SMBv1 network protocol that the ransomware was using. The unusual move will try and protect users of the old operating system from the latest Wanna Decryptor ransomware strain. The WannaCry 2.0 variant… Read more »

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CRM Heavyweights: Salesforce vs CRM Dynamics

In 1999, Oracle executive, Marc Benioff, left the company to start a Salesforce.com. It’s hard to imagine that was nearly 18 years ago, and the rush towards SaaS has only become more intense. While many investors viewed Salesforce as the poster child for cloud-based software, the road to success (and profit) would be bumpy one…. Read more »

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Windows Server 2016: 5 Features Sysadmins Will Love

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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