12 Mar

Windows 7 End of Life

Windows 7 End of Life is Approaching The deadline is here. (That is, it’s in January 2020, but if you want to make it, you should start planning your desktop upgrade project now!) As of that date, Windows 7 will no longer receive patches and updates from Microsoft. Contact us today to schedule your upgrade Read more…

06 Mar

Tips and Tricks for Azure Information Protection (AIP)- Part 3 of 3

Setup and usage tips for Azure Information Protection These are the default labels you get with Azure Information Protection (AIP). We recommend that you meet with your firm leaders to develop a classification and security plan.  Similar to planning other systems like Document Management, try to focus on a simple and clear strategy.  If you Read more…

26 Feb

How to Use Azure Information Protection (AIP) -Part 2 of 3

We have been trying Azure Information Protection (AIP) here at Kraft Kennedy. Here is a glimpse of how it actually works from the administrator’s point of view. How to Use AIP Once you have AIP working, you can either manually apply classifications to email and documents, or build rules to automatically apply classifications.  While the Read more…

20 Feb

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 8456 Released

Last month, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 8456 was released. While not earth-shattering, it did finally update the ZTIGather script to fix two longtime nuisances. One I originally blogged about back in June 2013. Better late than never. From the release notes: The following list is a summary of the major changes in this version: -Nested task sequence Read more…

07 Feb

Protect Your Firm from Cyberattacks: A Low-Tech Solution to a High-Tech Problem

This is a guest post from Doug Striker, CEO of Savvy Training. Savvy Training is Kraft Kennedy’s trusted partner in legal technology. We help firms find and implement the right solutions, and we rely on Savvy to help our clients reap maximum benefits with smart training. Among other things, Savvy conducts incredibly effective security awareness training Read more…

06 Feb

A Fix for the Microsoft Exchange Zero-Day Vulnerability PrivExchange

UPDATE: Microsoft fixed the vulnerability formally, as expected, in the February updates to Exchange. Drop us a line if you have any questions or concerns about staying patched. What is PrivExchange? Last week Microsoft acknowledged a vulnerability, now being referred to as PrivExchange, that impacts all supported versions of Exchange (2010 through 2019).  (Technically, the Read more…

04 Feb

HPE/Nimble HF20 not detected by Nimble Setup Manager

I encountered an interesting issue while attempting to configure two new HPE/Nimble HF20 storage arrays. I’ve set up many CS and AF series arrays without issue, by connecting a workstation to the same subnet as the array, running Nimble Setup Manager to detect the array, then proceeding with the configuration wizard. In this case, however, Read more…

30 Jan

What Does Azure Information Protection Do? (Part 1 of 3)

We’ve started using Azure Information Protection (AIP) here and I thought it would be worthwhile to share our experiences with you.  This will be a multi-part series exploring what AIP is, how it works, and how Kraft Kennedy is deploying it. If you’re interested in trying AIP at your firm, or have any questions about Read more…

28 Jan

Key Takeaways from iManage SKO 2019

Earlier this month in Chicago, iManage held their Sales KickOff event for 2019. The conference was well-attended in the stunning Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel. There seemed to be two main themes of the agenda. The first theme was the iManage Cloud environment. iManage shared that they have had 3x growth in Cloud adoption over past Read more…

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