19 May

ADK 1703 Meets Server 2016

As quickly as we are moving to get clients upgraded to Windows 10, Microsoft is moving just as quickly, recently releasing the Creators Update 1703. If you are looking to install Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 10 version 1703 on a Server 2016 Hyper-V virtual machine, you may encounter the following roadblock. Read more…

15 May

Defend Yourself Against the Next WannaCry With Vulnerability Scanning and Patch Management

A widespread ransomware campaign is affecting a large number of organizations across the globe. Currently, tens of thousands of infections have been reported in as many as 74 countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Russia, Taiwan, France, and Japan. The malicious software can run on 27 languages, allowing it to spread widely. If you are Read more…

09 May

Best Practices for Passwords

Passwords are annoying. These days we need a password for every aspect of our lives, and an effective password can be difficult to create. Once we’ve come up with a password, we can be reluctant to update it for months, even years. For a long time people have argued for the need for longer and more complex Read more…

09 May

What I Learned in Security Essentials Bootcamp

When it comes to security, it’s easy to fall into the trap of delegating everything to security professionals. Ultimately, a firm cannot successfully protect itself without everyone’s cooperation, from the CEO to the secretaries. At the beginning of the year, I attended SANS SEC401 (Security Essentials Bootcamp Style), and I have to say, I was impressed. Read more…

02 May

Azure Stack – Better Than the Real Thing?

The Security of Identity Synchronization to Azure Active Directory

“Hybrid cloud” is a term that has been tossed around for almost as long as cloud computing has been a viable option for enterprises. But while hybrid cloud has been championed as the answer to anyone afraid of going all in with the cloud, it has been somewhat of a unicorn. Until now, Hybrid cloud Read more…

27 Apr

6 Reasons Why the Move to Windows 10 is Unavoidable and Urgent

Microsoft is clearly eager to get its customers to Windows 10. Incentives to move to the new OS are piling up. Meanwhile, problems with running older versions are growing. 6 reasons why the move to Windows 10 is unavoidable and urgent: 1. You can’t buy new hardware until you upgrade New computers, tablets, and laptops Read more…

25 Apr

TeraCopy Forensics: Finding the Elusive “Copy Log”

In a data-exfiltration investigation, such as may be necessary after an employee leaves in bad faith, files copied to a USB drive are particularly interesting. Unfortunately, it’s not so simple as consulting a Windows “file copy log.” While newer versions of Windows offer some auditing of files and removable storage, these features are not enabled by default. In Read more…

21 Apr

Microsoft Announces New Office 365 Requirements and Updates

Can’t say they didn’t warn us. As you may have read in ILTA forums or online already, the Microsoft Office team published new details about their update model and future requirements for the Office 365 ProPlus platform.  Full details are available on the Office Blog site, but the major takeaways are highlighted below: Upcoming Client Requirements Read more…

20 Apr

Race to the Cloud: the State of the Legal DMS Market

Note: The article below, written by Brian Podolsky, originally appeared in March 2017 Issue #17 of Legal IT Today. It is reprinted here with permission. Please visit Legal IT Today to subscribe and read more from the legal technology community. The DMS industry is dynamic. Sometimes the change is linear, as when popular products add new functionality. Read more…

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