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What’s your SOP for a laptop that goes MIA?

Stolen, lost, or just catastrophically damaged, unplanned lack of laptop is the number one cause of executive overspending, so you want to have a plan in place.

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#nobackdoor or, How the US Government vs. Apple will have long-lasting ramifications

The FBI vs Apple case could be one of the most important cases dealing with civil liberties, privacy, and security we’ve seen in the past years, with serious ramifications on our digital lives.

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The top 33 Windows 10 tips, tricks, hacks, and tweaks

Have you made the switch to Windows 10 yet? Check out these cool tips and more to see if you can get some more cool factor out of Windows 10.

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Are you ready for the EOL of McAfee Email Security?

McAfee Email Security is going EOL and if you’re going to have to make a change, you should take a look at what is still out there and consider your best options.

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Top 20 Free Digital Forensic Investigation Tools for SysAdmins

Here are 20 of the best free tools that will help you conduct a digital forensic investigation. Whether it’s for an internal human resources case, an investigation into unauthorized access to a server, or if you just want to learn a new skill, these suites a perfect place to start.

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How hard will Microsoft push you to install Windows 10?

Microsoft first offered Windows 10 as an optional update on Windows Update, then moved it to “Recommended” status, which means by default it will be downloaded and installed.

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February 2016 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

Obviously not superstitious, Microsoft put out 13 patches this month. Six of these are rated critical and the rest are classified as important.

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Installing Exchange 2016 into an existing Exchange 2010 Org – Getting the server ready

In this post, we’re going to get our server built and ready, based on both sizing guidelines and the prerequisites needed to actually install Exchange 2016.

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