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Proactive Cybersecurity: How to Defend Yourself Before Attacks

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We Hired a Hacker

Hiring a Hacker Security is not an option anymore. While operations in many IT organizations went against security (1)(2) for years, it is now obvious that security needs to be at the beginning of every process. A hacker is a serious threat. Threats ar
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Anthony Lewis
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Alert: Issue with the new Apple iOS 11 and Office 365 email

If you have upgraded your iPhone/iPad to the new iOS 11, then you may be experiencing problems receiving email on your device! Microsoft announced this weekend that there is an issue with synchronizing email between Office 365 and Apple devices running
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6 Steps to Fix Your Computer’s Virus Infection

Cleaning Your Viruses in 6 Sort-of-Easy Steps Some of our clients are the “DO IT YOURSELF” type so we thought we would try to spell out some basic steps to help you fix a virus on your own. Note: this won’t work for severe infections that require lots
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Anthony Lewis
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Price Vs Good IT

How Much Does Bad IT Cost? You are the decision maker. Whether deploying a new server, upgrading your switches, migrating to Office 365, or virtualizing your datacenter with VMware and Veeam, you may see the price tag and instantly balk. $10,000? $75,0
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Anthony Lewis
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Stopping Server Sprawl In Transportation & Logistics

THE STORY This coming weekend, we will be virtualizing the datacenter for a popular trucking and logistics company. This virtualization project will reduce capital expenditures on hardware by consolidating workloads to fewer physical servers. This mean
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Steven Brown
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Why Should We Use Virtual San

Why Should I Use VMware Virtual San? I see a lot of questions asking, “Why should we use VMware VSAN?” First, let me give an overly simplistic explanation of what a Virtual SAN does. Virtual SAN uses hard drives or SSDs in group of servers to create a
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Anthony Lewis
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