A document that provides you with the areas of information security you should focus on, along with specific settings or recommended practices that will help you to secure your environment against threats from within and without.
Tips that will guide you on how you can save you time and on how to solve some daily sys admin solve problems.
If you’re a sys admin, you’re going to love some of these free tools we’ve collected specifically for you!
When it comes to IT, simple mistakes can cost you big time. If you parse this list, you might just avoid a costly mistake sometime in the future.
A list of common mistakes you might recognise – this is has been created as a reminder of what a sys admin shouldn’t do.
A look at some statistics on patch release cycles adopted by the most important software vendors and at how patch release cycles have changed over the last few years.
Created to begin 2012 on a dreamy and aspiring note, this l covers new hardware or software for work, changes to procedures or offerings from vendors, geeky gadgets, and future tech, that would make it to any IT admin’s wish list!
How often did you find out that instead of helping to manage or improve the infrastructure, certain tools or setups on your network, can put it at risk? To help you avoid the pain and suffering, this post outlines 10 of the most dangerous things to have on your network.
Pet peeves, annoyances, vexations…if you are an IT admin, you definitely have a few. The list is completely unscientific and arbitrary, but it was received with a sympathetic chord by quite a few of our followers who added a few of their own experiences in their comments. Check them out and share some of your own IT admin headaches with us!
Many of us IT admins seem to be faced with the Copy and Paste problem on our remote desktop connection. Security researcher, Emmanuel Carabott tackles this issue with us and is willing to follow up with any of your comments.
This list can either be a stroll down memory lane or a warning to help you avoid what have to be some of the dumbest security decisions ever made.
Survey and infographic posts:
Find out how businesses are dealing with spam. This survey and infographic posts reveals some interesting results based on what 200 US and 200 UK IT decision makers at businesses with between five and 1,000 employees have done.
A survey and infographic post with a fun and different slant from the usual, but one any sys admin can relate to! If you’re an IT admin with a unique user faux pas story, join the fun and leave a comment at the end of the post.
A post that outlines some worrying results related to the way businesses based in the U.S. and in the U.K are storing their emails. Have a look at the infographic for the survey highlights.
As the title suggests, this survey and infographic post reveals how small bisunesses are not confident that their network is running on an optimum level and that more than half wouldn’t even bet their money that all the machines the business owns are free from malware. It also outlines some of their most common concerns about moving to cloud applications, and more.
The results highlighted in this survey and infographic post all make valid reasons to use web monitoring software and outline whether web security is being given the right attention or not.
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