06 Feb

A Fix for the Microsoft Exchange Zero-Day Vulnerability PrivExchange

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 issue exists due to NTLM and not to Exchange itself. But, given how Exchange leverages NTLM, this is a big deal. ) To summarize, this vulnerability involves a man-in-the-middle 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…

24 Oct

Control Citrix Receiver Update to Citrix Workspace App

You may have noticed that Citrix is in the process of implementing changes announced at Synergy 2018 to unify its product portfolio. Some of these changes are cosmetic, affecting names only, but others contain functional changes. In particular, the new Citrix Workspace App will eventually replace the Receiver, ShareFile (now Citrix Content Management), and XenMobile Read more…

04 Oct

Dispatch from Orlando: Takeaways from Microsoft Ignite 2018

Our field team returned from Microsoft Ignite with this digest of key takeaways. Teams Microsoft Teams is getting a lot of air time this year. When selecting sessions, we thought we saw more sessions on Teams than on anything else, even Exchange. Teams is undergoing a fundamental shift. Microsoft is repositioning it as the default Read more…

24 Sep

Introducing the Security Customer Immersion Experience

Increasingly, organizations are looking to the cloud to increase productivity, adopt compelling new features, and more. Simultaneously, these organizations are concerned about how to protect their users and data from being compromised in a cloud-first, mobile-first world. We’ve heard you, and we’re excited to announce that we are now certified to facilitate the Security Customer Read more…

07 Sep

3 Critical Backend Projects to Plan Now 

If you haven’t already, right about now is a good time to plan your next major infrastructure upgrade. A number of recent and impending expiration dates mean that security and compatibility issues await if you fall behind. Here’s what you need to know. In the virtualization category, both Citrix and VMware require updating. The end Read more…

04 Sep

Exchange 2010 End-of-Support

In recent weeks we’ve warned you about the impending end of Windows 7 and Server 2008. Sorry to pile on, but there’s another important end-of-support date looming—Exchange 2010 will reach the end of its ten-year lifecycle on January 14, 2020. What will happen when Exchange 2010 reaches end of support? As with other products that Read more…

30 Aug

End of General Support for vSphere 5.5 Alert: September 19, 2018

With the looming end of support for vSphere 5.5 on September 19, 2018, the recommendation is to upgrade before this end date or risk interruption. If you are unable to complete the upgrade but are active on support and subscription, you have the option of purchasing extended support in one year increments. Please reach out Read more…

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