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24 Oct

Cybersecurity for Kids

Female Elementary Pupil In Computer Class

How to Know What They’re Up To and Keep Them Safe If you have young children, they are probably online. They are probably on social media, have smartphones, and would be devastated if you took these things away. They even go online to complete their homework. They are more connected more than any other culture or society Read more…

12 Oct

Know Your Flash


Recently there has been a lot of confusion regarding Adobe Flash. With more of the internet going to HTML5, is it still a required app on all systems? Is it installed in Windows already or is there an add-in for browsers? How do I patch it? To help answer some of these questions, below I breakdown Read more…

29 Sep

Ransomware and HIPAA- What Business Associates Need to Know


Have you recently signed a Business Associate Agreement? Friday, 3:30pm. Your helpdesk technician calls and, in a slightly panicked tone, tells you that the firm has a ransomware outbreak. You ask a series of questions: Whose computers are affected? Did they crypto lock client information? Can you tell if any data was taken from the Read more…

27 Sep

Going Back After Using a Mac


Mac or Windows for the Work Place? For about the past three years, I’ve been exclusively using a Mac for work. I’ve been posting on this blog about my experiences using it and other OS X devices for work. The main reason I did this was to have some experience using, supporting, and managing Apple computers to better help my clients, as we are Read more…

16 Sep

Configuring IE Proxy Settings in an MDT Task Sequence


On a recent Windows 7 deployment, I wanted to patch the base image during the Build and Capture task sequence in MDT 2013. I decided to reach out to the internet to download all the latest available updates, but quickly found that the client’s internet proxy was preventing the connection to the MS Update site. Automation is Read more…

13 Sep

Checkup? I Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Checkup


SCCM Health Checkups System Center Configuration Manager is much like today’s cars. I don’t work on my car much anymore. It is so computerized and complicated that I prefer to hand it over to professionals. Likewise, SCCM is becoming increasingly complicated under the hood and it seems like more is added every month. Just like your automobile, your SCCM Read more…

08 Sep

Takeaways from ILTACON 2016: ECM Edition

Another ILTACON has come and gone. Another chance to see what’s new and emerging in legal technology. Another chance to see how law firms are tackling the challenges before them. Another chance to catch up with old industry friends and to embarrass yourself singing Karaoke in front of them. Good times, for sure. In my ILTACON Read more…

06 Sep

Exchange Server Cumulative Updates


In the most recent Cumulative Update for Exchange (CU13 for Exchange 2013 and CU2 for Exchange 2016), Microsoft has implemented changes that warrant attention. These updates have been available for several weeks, with no major issues reported. Administrators should feel comfortable installing the appropriate update to their environments. .NET Support Microsoft now supports .NET 4.6.1 for Read more…

31 Aug

Updated: How to Add an Image to Your iPhone E-mail Signature (iOS 9.3.2 – 9.3.5)


*** This process has become more complex with the release of iOS 9.3 and now requires a computer and a Gmail account to complete*** By default, the iPhone sends email using plain-text format, which does not support images (thus no images in signatures). Below are the steps to add an image to your email signature on an iPhone Read more…

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