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Microsoft Patch Tuesday – November 2016

Along with 14 patches, Microsoft introduced a new Security Update Guide web site, as the new location for information on security vulnerabilities.

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IT automation comes to the rescue for sysadmins

With too many routine tasks, such as patch management and network auditing, there’s little time left for IT teams to lead in innovation. Fortunately, automation tools come to the rescue.

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Cached versus Online mode – which one is better for you?

Various configuration scenarios fit companies differently. Whether your Outlook users will be using cached or online mode depends on a wide range of factors.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – October 2016

October is the month that kicks off the holiday season, but for IT professionals the “update party” never stops, with Chrome bringing even 21 security fixes this month.

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New ways to connect: MAPI over HTTP

With the workforce going mobile, connecting with on-site Exchange servers became a challenge. This new protocol provides a secure and reliable solution.

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Security improvements in Windows Server 2016

Security has been a key topic at Microsoft for some time, and its new Windows Server operating system with its new features is at the very heart of this strategy.

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“I may be an ‘uppity admin’, but at least I still have a job”

Sysadmins are often pressured by pushy and arrogant users trying to break out of the boundaries of established policies. This is a story of an IT admin who got even.

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The most important new features in Windows Server 2016

We went into more detail about container integration, improved headless edition, nested virtualization and PowerShell improvements in the new Microsoft server OS.

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