Archive for Month: September 2015

  • Unified Threat Management (UTM)

    A Unified Threat Management (UTM) is an approach that allows an IT department to manage the entirety of an organizations network security through a lone console. Having all relevant applications, programs and infrastructure components controllable via a single heads-up display (HUD) makes network monitoring, configuration, and threat response so much easier that a single network […]

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  • Office 2016 Preview

    We can all agree that Windows 10 has been a smashing success, already installed in more than 75 million devices just a month after its release. All the news about this new Operating System (OS), however, seems to have overshadowed another upcoming release, that of Office 2016 which launches today, the 22nd of September. Office is Microsoft’s […]

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  • 3 Ways to Test Your Business Continuity Plan

    You’re a positive person. We think that’s spectacular. And though remaining positive is great in principle, sadly it isn’t always a smart risk management mindset. The companies that subscribe to Murphy’s Law are generally best equipped to mitigate risk and handle the unknowns – whether that’s economic downturns, natural disasters, data breaches or server failures.  Regardless of […]

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  • Get Ready for Microsoft Server 2016

    Microsoft Server 2003 End of Support came and went, and now it’s on to bigger and brighter options in the Windows family of server operating systems! Currently in its third technical release and due for final release in 2016, the newest server OS version MS Server 2016 is expected to take a substantial step forward with […]

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  • Creating a Scalable Enterprise with Cloud Technology

      The speed of change in today’s marketplace gives an advantage to businesses that adapt quickly to market conditions. Cloud computing gives businesses the flexibility to grow or shrink their IT use as their needs change. Easy scalability means these companies never pay for more than they need. What is cloud computing? Switching to a […]

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