21 Nov

Using The MBR2GPT Conversion Tool

A few weeks ago I was tasked with troubleshooting an issue that a firm was experiencing with its newly imaged Windows 10 workstations. Upon every reboot, the workstation would prompt for the Bitlocker Recovery Key. Anyone familiar with Bitlocker knows what a pain it is to have to enter the 48-digit recovery key once, let Read more…

06 Nov

Now’s the Time to Plan Your iManage Work 10 Upgrade

In the nine months since iManage 10 was released, there’s been a lot of curiosity and excitement about the New Professional Experience and the new iManage Cloud. Whenever I demo the New Professional Experience, attorneys tell me it is very intuitive and they can see the value of using it in addition to the traditional Read more…

01 Nov

IT As A Service: Supporting Non-Profit Work with Technology

Leaders of non-profit organizations are often surprised to learn that modern, well-designed IT systems can be obtained within their budgets. Good technology can also inspire confidence in trustees and donors alike, and ultimately help push the mission of the organization forward. Kraft Kennedy has come to this conclusion from guiding many legal services, healthcare, granting, Read more…

31 Oct

The Next Wave of Security

Reprinted with permission from: New York State Bar Association Journal, October 2017, Vol. 89, No. 8, One Elk Street, Albany, NY 12207. Click to download the PDF   It happens all the time. Every year clients seem to want heightened security from their legal representation. New technology and products promise to meet all your security needs, Read more…

17 Oct

KRACK: A serious Wi-Fi vulnerability

Yesterday security researchers announced a serious security flaw that affects virtually every wireless device in the world. KRACK (short for “Key Reinstallation Attack) exploits a vulnerability in WPA2, a security protocol that most modern Wi-Fi devices rely on, including computers, phones, and routers. Rather than exploit access points, a common attack strategy, hackers can use KRACK Read more…

12 Oct

Introducing KKU

What’s next in virtualization? Which companies hold the blueprints for innovative document management? Exchange on-premises or online? Attendees of Kraft Kennedy University will learn the answers to these pressing questions and more on October 26 at the Microsoft Technology Center in Times Square. Request a spot for the chance to gain invaluable insight into protecting Read more…

29 Sep

October 31 Deadline for Legacy Microsoft Office Connecting to Exchange Online

A while back Microsoft announced a change that would deprecate RPC over http from Exchange Online in favor of the more modern MAPI over http. It’s officially happening October 31, and as we get closer to the deadline we want to remind clients that this will affect anyone connecting to Exchange Online with legacy Office Read more…

27 Sep

Deleting an Empty Datastore That’s in Use in VMware vCenter

We are migrating a client from EMC VNX to a new EMC Unity SAN and part of the process requires us to clean up the legacy datastores. This isn’t a small environment, however, and the datastores span across approximately 30+ hosts. Trying to find which host is actively connecting to this datastore is nearly impossible. Read more…

26 Sep

Microsoft Announces Intelligent Communications, Folds Skype for Business Online into Teams

Monday marked the beginning of Microsoft’s Ignite conference where 30,000 IT professionals descended upon Orlando, FL to learn about Microsoft’s evolving vision and direction for the coming year and beyond. Ignite is a time where many product announcements are made. As one of my focuses at Kraft Kennedy is the Skype Unified Communications platform, I Read more…

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