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5 Ways to Remotely Manage Your Exchange Server

It is two o’clock in the morning and your phone rings to tell you the server crashed, or there is some other problem that requires a trip back to the office or data center in the middle of the night. Bleary eyed, you get into your car and start what often turns out to be […]

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Did you see that?

Did you see that? Like and share this post/video if you did.

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The Top 89 Admin Pet Peeves

Pet peeves, annoyances, irritations, grievances, vexations…if you are an IT admin, I bet you have a few. We all do. There are just some things that can set one admin off on a wild tear, while others go on nonplussed. Here is our completely unscientific, unranked and arbitrary list of the top 89 admins’ pet […]

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Mac Malware

In the past, few viruses have targeted Apple operating systems — but this is gradually changing. The increased popularity of Apple smart devices has led some cybercriminals to exploit a traditionally ignored audience. IT admins needs to educate their users about this growing threat and implement a business antivirus solution for Macs as they do […]

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10 of the Most Dangerous Things to Have on Your Network

They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions – any sys admin would relate to this.  You have nothing but the best intentions when you install a tool, set up a service, or plug in a device on your network, convinced that that these will be of benefit. Yet how often did […]

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How event monitoring can prevent IT disasters

Knowing what’s going on in your network is the best way to keep it all running smoothly. Being able to spot problems before they happen will make you a legend in the IT room and in the board room! Using comprehensive system monitoring tools to filter, sort and display the millions of system events is […]

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What Is Fax over IP? [VIDEO]

You may have thought that faxes were dead, or that they had taken a quiet backseat to email. But you would be wrong in that assumption. Faxes are still required for many business transactions as they are legally binding, and thus they have kept up with technology to stay relevant.

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SMBs Driving the Tech Economy

No matter how the economic headlines in your region read these days, when it comes to technology spending among small businesses, a lot of industry experts agree that SMB IT spending is on the rise and will continue to increase over the next few years. If you listen to all the conflicting business news about […]

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Linux Monitoring with GFI MAX RemoteManagement [VIDEO]

Linux servers often run the most critical applications. Proactive monitoring brings increased uptime, faster fixes and more profitable IT services. GFI MAX RemoteManagement will soon monitor, report and alert on all important aspects of Linux servers via the dashboard. Coming soon, the beta agent will cover Red Hat, Cent OS and FC. Following the beta […]

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Needles and Pins… And Shoulder Surfing

The early 1960s saw the release of the hugely popular single “Needles and Pins”. While needles have decidedly fallen out of favor, being the sharp pointy instruments of pain that they are, PINs are still very popular – especially with the tech world. Whenever we visit an ATM or supermarket, there is a definite tendency […]

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