06 Nov

Blockchain and the Future of Smart Contracts

This article by Nina Lukina first appeared in the New York State Bar Association Journal, June 2018, published by the New York State Bar Association, One Elk Street, Albany, NY 12207. What is blockchain? You may have heard that blockchain technology is about to “disrupt” industries as diverse as music, banking, automotive engineering, and law. For Read more…

24 Oct

KKU New York Recap

Kraft Kennedy University New York has left us excitedly looking forward to what enterprise technology will bring in the next year. As we gathered with tech and business leaders to talk tech, a few predominant themes emerged. (Did you miss the conference? Find the presentations here.)                   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 Jul

Is the Cloud Safe for Law Firms?

Reprinted with permission from: New York State Bar Association Journal, May 2018, published by the New York State Bar Association, One Elk Street, Albany, NY 12207. Authored by Nina Lukina of Kraft Kennedy. Addressing common concerns about privacy, compliance, and connectivity Cloud computing has been gaining momentum for about a decade. Today many law firms Read more…

19 Jun

June Exchange Updates Include Important Changes for Legacy Versions and Planned Upgrades

Microsoft released the June 2018 quarterly Exchange updates today. In addition to fixing reported issues and adding functionality, the installation packages “include important changes to the pre-requisites required to install Exchange Server.” These are important changes to note, especially if you are planning an upgrade to Exchange 2016 or Exchange Online. This release includes updates Read more…

24 May

Here’s What’s New in the Windows 10 Spring Creator’s Update

The Spring Creator’s update was finally released on April 30. Formerly called Windows 10 1803 and expected on April 10, the new version was allegedly postponed due to Microsoft’s last-minute discovery of a significant bug. Whatever turmoil occurred behind the scenes to cause the delay, this version officially succeeds Windows 10 1709, which will reach Read more…

17 May

Goodbye, MSI: Initial Thoughts on Microsoft Office 2019

Microsoft recently announced the Commercial Preview of Office 2019, which is expected to ship towards the end of 2018. A few significant revelations I took away from the preview: Office 2019 will only be available as a click-to-run application. Going forward, the MSI deployment download will no longer be used with Office. Office 2019 requires Read more…

16 May

Citrix Unified Product Portfolio is Rebranding (Again)

“The only thing that is constant is change.” – Heraclitus When it comes to Citrix product names, truer words were never spoken. Just when you were feeling Xen about the current portfolio, Citrix is changing things up on you… again. Specifically, at the recent Synergy conference, Citrix announced a unification effort consisting of the following Read more…

09 May

New Outlook Feature Warns About Bcc When You Reply All

In 2002, Kraft Kennedy developed and released an Outlook add-on called ezBCC. The point of this application was to warn users who were about to hit Reply All that they were bcc’ed on the message, helping them to avoid inadvertently revealing their bcc status, thereby creating a potentially uncomfortable situation. We left the development business a few Read more…

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