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10 reasons to upgrade your enterprise to Windows 10

Sticking to Windows 7 may seem logical for you and your company, but are you aware of all the features you’re missing out, which can make daily system administration much easier.

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GFI OneConnect Beta brings advanced protection and email continuity

Ensuring safe and continuous delivery of business emails is one of IT department’s top priorities. Today we’re presenting GFI OneConnect Beta, a solution delivering a more secure and reliable email service for businesses of all sizes.

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How to avoid becoming a part of a DDoS attack?

Considering the magnitude of the recent DDoS attack on Dyn, that almost brought down the internet, all sysadmins must take action to prevent their devices from taking part in future attacks.

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Weakening security is always a bad idea

SSL security issues have once again made the news. One might go as far as to say that SSL is the black sheep of the computer industry, the one everyone likes to pick on.

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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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Your employees: The most important layer of security

Layered security, sometimes called defense in depth, is a security strategy that involves multiple, overlapping and complementary protections to help ensure the safety and security of critical systems and data.

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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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It’s time to talk about an internet usage policy.

All of us should have an Internet Usage Policy, and if you don’t, it’s well past time for you to do something about it!

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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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