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Mail forwarding in Exchange

There are two attributes for every mailbox that can control forwarding and which can be manipulated by admins – either Exchange Org Admins or Recipient Admins.

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Android mobile security tips and tricks amidst growing threat

The things that make Android vulnerable – the open software development – is one of the reasons many would never jump ship to another OS. So what’s a loyal Android user to do?

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Gone but not forgotten – 13 programs we’ll never see again

At one point in time, we couldn’t imagine an online world without them, but now they are no more. Some were fun, some were for work, but all hold a place in the tech hall of fame.

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Fake viruses, Nadella recognition, and Android admin flaws

Last week ended with quite a bang when Reuters published a scathing report about how Kaspersky Labs spread fake viruses. Kaspersky followed up immediately with a strong denial.

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Security 101 – The seven deadly sins

Let’s take a look at the seven deadly sins that far too many SysAdmins are guilty of. Why do we care? Because each of these can directly lead to a security incident

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10 steps to email bliss

There are many steps to take to fight email threats. In this free ebook we talk about the best way you can secure your systems and your users.

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August 2015 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

When Windows 10 came out, Microsoft announced that the company would be releasing security updates on a more continuous basis instead of the once-a-month cycle that we’ve all grown to know and love (or hate). This led to much chatter in the tech press and the term “no more Patch Tuesday” was born. Well, at […]

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Amiga: Gone but never forgotten

The Commodore Amiga was so ahead of its time that looking at one today is still impressive. This year, the Amiga would have been 30 years old.

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Google chooses President, fix Firefox fast, and hackers get IoT to beam their data

Is the next Presidential election in the US going to be decided by Google? Maybe, maybe not, and today we talk about the results of a recent study exploring this possibility.

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Is the “Agile Movement” making companies less agile?

The concept of “agile” began with software development, but has spread from there into the area of general business management in the tech industry and even beyond.

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