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Andy Wolber

Andy Wolber
Andy Wolber (Twitter: @awolber) helps people understand and leverage technology. He's a contributing writer for TechRepublic, and has taught Nonprofit and Government Technology for Grand Valley State University. Prior staff roles include positions with Michigan Nonprofit Association, the Dallas Historical Society, and Dallas Black Dance Theatre. He's also served as a volunteer leader for the Technology Advisory Committee of the Grand Rapids Community Foundation, as well as the Dallas Arts District Friends. He holds an MBA/MA in Arts Administration and a BA in Music Theory & Composition. Andy lives in Albuquerque, NM with his wife, Liz, and daughter, Katie.
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Recent Posts

How to Select Access Management Alternatives Beyond Active Directory

Active Directory has dominated identity and access management (IAM) in organizations for years, due to the dominance of on-site Windows servers in enterprises.

How to Manage Computers Remotely

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...

What’s Next for Cloud Security

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...

Cloud Compliance Certifications: 5 Things a CIO Needs to Know

Take a few minutes to browse through the compliance sites for six of the largest cloud infrastructure providers:

How to Choose Cloud Storage for your Company

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...

5 Things to Consider When you Select Subscription Apps for Work

Modern solutions let you sign-up and subscribe to cloud-based software solutions, rather than pay for the one-time purchase of a monolithic system. When you need another account, more speed,...

Desktop as a service

Even in the modern cloud era, DaaS can help your organization solve specific technical and business challenges

What to do When You Discover a Shadow IT App

Nearly every technology leader encounters “shadow” technology adoption at some point. Also known as “unapproved IT” or “rogue IT”, shadow IT might be a social media management app adopted in...

VPN: Choose a Vendor or Build-your-own?

A virtual private network — most often referred to as a VPN — seeks to secure network traffic between a device and the VPN service. Once the VPN connection is established, network requests appear...

Employee on-boarding in the Work from Home era

When a new employee starts work, the organization's technology team often is involved in the on-boarding process. Typically, the IT team provides each employee with any hardware or software needed...