30 Nov

ASK KK: How Does the Section 179 Deduction Affect My Leasing Plan?

Clients have asked us about Section 179 and the recent change to the tax code. Below, guest blogger Christina Floyd from First American weighs in on how it may affect your technology investment plans for the next few years. Section 179 Update The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (“PATH Act”) extended many tax provisions, including Read more…

17 Nov

iManage Introduces New Interface and Co-Authoring


It’s now been almost 18 months since iManage split from HP and took charge of its own direction. In that time, they’ve modernized the look and feel of the iManage 9.3 clients in ways that they hadn’t done in the previous five or six years under the Autonomy and HP bureaucracies. The freedom is there now Read more…

16 Nov

Error: Citrix Profile Management Driver Could Not Be Loaded


I came across a puzzling issue in Citrix Profile Management. The following error message appeared in the Windows Event Log:  The Citrix Profile Management driver could not be loaded. Processing cannot continue. The user will be given a temporary profile.  Cause: The Citrix Profile Management Service on this computer could not connect to the driver while processing Read more…

08 Nov

Demystifying the New Windows 10 Licensing Options

With the arrival of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft has released a host of new licensing options for companies to consider as they look to implement the new operating system. All apply to the Windows 10 Enterprise edition, all are called Windows Enterprise E3, but there remain plenty of differences. Let’s go through each Read more…

07 Nov

Citrix Provisioning Services and DST


It’s that time of year again. The weather gets colder, the days get shorter, and IT engineers forget to update their Citrix Provisioning Services (PvS) images to account for Daylight Savings Time. If any issues are reported where Group Policy is not applying correctly to VMs provisioned via PvS, the image simply needs to be updated Read more…

02 Nov

Things I Use: On My Desk


The Hardware CTO, lifelong tech enthusiast, and frequent beta tester Marcus Bluestein is discerning when it comes to his tools. The “Things I Use” series will take a look at what Kraft Kennedy’s Chief Technology Officer uses to stay productive. This first installment addresses hardware. There is, of course, no one arrangement for guaranteed productivity. Read more…

01 Nov

Developing Awareness of Legal Process Management (LPM)


While legal project or process management is not overtly ‘new’ to the industry, it has been slow to formally catch on within the majority of firms. Many law firms, however, stand to benefit from implementing a formal approach to managing legal matters. Why has there been a lack of acceptance for this concept? There may be Read more…

26 Oct

Thoughts on Microsoft Ignite 2016

Last month I was lucky enough to attend Microsoft’s annual Ignite Conference in Atlanta with my colleagues Dominick Ciacciarelli, Joe Hoegler, and Chris Owens and 23,000 other technology architects, engineers, administrators, developers, and enthusiasts. Ignite was big, informative, and thought-provoking. Here are some thoughts on what we learned there. Continued emphasis on the Cloud and Windows Server 2016 / System Center 2016 Read more…

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…

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