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Archive: September 2014

What services does ITP provide?

Consulting Services: Technology design and implementation Disaster recovery planning Security audits Software selection Outsourced CIO service Microsoft Office training Project Management Computer, Internet, mobile phone, and social media policies Data Center & Internet Services: Colocation services High-availability services Business continuity services High-speed Internet services High-speed Wireless Internet service Point-to-point Internet Service Network and Telephony Services: […]

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Six secrets to a successful email onboarding experience

You can find the original article here. I’ve attempted on numerous occasions to explain how an iPad works to my dad, but I’ve never quite succeeded. Our FaceTime sessions are still constantly interrupted by the video going on pause and his voice hollering for my mom to figure out what’s wrong. You’ve probably had that […]

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Get more than instant messaging with Lync Enterprise

You can find the original article here. We all know how great instant messaging is. It’s a really handy way to get questions answered quickly. It’s faster than email, and less obtrusive than a phone call. And you can reach people wherever they are since most instant messaging apps work on mobile devices. But I […]

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Veeam Backup & Replication Plug-in for LabTech BETA is here!

Veeam Backup & Replication Plug-in for LabTech BETA is here! You can find the original article here. Good news! Those of you who participate in the Veeam Community Forums probably know that earlier this week, Veeam’s R&D team released the BETA2 of the new Veeam Backup & Replication Plug-in for LabTech. Veeam Backup & Replication […]

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The art of the Active Full backup, made awesome with Data Domain Boost!

The art of the Active Full backup, made awesome with Data Domain Boost! You can find the original article here When I heard that Data Domain Boost was coming in Veeam Backup & Replication v8, part of Veeam Availability Suite, I initially didn’t think much of it. After using the beta for a while now, […]

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295 Days Left on Windows Server 2003!

Just getting over the XP migration fun?  Well Server 2003 is on the chopping block.  Fortunately for Microsoft, Microsoft Server 2003 was one of their most successful server operating systems yet.  They don’t know exactly, but Microsoft estimates 12-20 million Windows 2003 servers are in the wild today.  Roughly 50% of those are running SQL […]

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How to Protect Yourself Against a Data Breach

From reputation to legal liability, a lot can be on the line for you and your business when considering the potential pitfalls of a data breach. In a world that is increasingly reliant on evolving technologies, the security of confidential information like credit card, social security numbers, and other personally identifiable information is becoming a […]

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Avoiding “exposure”: Lessons for business from the great celebrity photo hack

Original post by Carles Cabre is here. Last week, we all read about how Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities had indiscreet photos stolen and distributed across the Internet. It’s speculated that their accounts were accessed by a “brute force” attack—which can only be successful if their passwords were weak. But it’s not just celebrities who […]

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What IT security experts say about “Rogue Access”

Original post can be found here, by by Mitchell Brenson. You’ve probably heard the statistics from our “Rogue Access” report: 89% of ex-employees retained access to at least one cloud app from a previous job. Our first reaction when we saw these numbers? Our jaws dropped. Then, once we collected ourselves, we realized that needed […]

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What is Computer Networking?

What is Computer Networking? Here’s a generally accepted definition, courtesy of “Computer networking is an engineering discipline that aims to study and analyze the communication process among various computing devices or computer systems that are linked, or networked, together to exchange information and share resources. Computer networking depends on the theoretical application and practical implementation […]

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