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As organizations of all sizes look to a COVID-19-free future, many of the steps they took to survive 2020 are likely here to stay. The two most consequential actions – sending employees to work...
Allen Bernard | May 10
Why should your users use Gmail instead of Outlook or other 3rd party clients? This shouldn’t even be a question. If you were on Office, would you allow the use of Gmail as their client? No? No. ...
Dominik Kugelmann | Apr 5
Active Directory has dominated identity and access management (IAM) in organizations for years, due to the dominance of on-site Windows servers in enterprises.
Andy Wolber | Mar 30
Like most things we took for granted before the year 2020 found us, the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the traditional 9-to-5 work cycle of many people. Before COVID-19 only 3.6% of employees spent...
Allen Bernard | Mar 11
Most small organizations rely on individual, custom-configured system setups. In this sort of scenario, new devices are sent directly to an IT team member to handle all initial setup, app...
Andy Wolber | Jan 27
Overall, 2021 budgets don't look too bad If the soothsayers are right (and given 2020, that’s a big 'If'), the most IT shops will have about the same amount of money to work with in 2021.
Allen Bernard | Jan 11
If you care about computer security, you take steps to secure systems under your direct control. Typically, this means you adjust settings to require multi-factor authentication, encrypt data...
Andy Wolber | Dec 16
Not surprisingly, the pandemic is a forcing function that companies are leveraging to streamline operations, conserve cash, and insulate the bottom line by deploying more automation.
Allen Bernard | Nov 30
Take a few minutes to browse through the compliance sites for six of the largest cloud infrastructure providers:
Andy Wolber | Nov 17
Cloud storage makes a great deal of sense for at least a portion of an organization’s storage needs. Storage-as-a-service means that an IT administrator no longer needs to buy file servers, select...
Andy Wolber | Oct 27