One of the most important principles of a good network design is accurate time. Windows time is a whole lot like the 1960s car clock – always drifting away from true time. However, very weird things start to happen if time on your network and servers and workstations is left to fend for itself.
This tidbit is part two in a series on understanding some mechanisms available to you for protecting e-mail sent from your domain. We covered this topic in last month’s Tech Talk / SYSOP meetings but for all those that missed them or those that want a refresher, I am covering this again here in this […]
We are so focused on our networks being breached and the bad guys gaining a foothold to steal our money and personally identifiable information that we often forget is that we as techs can make mistakes and inadvertently give away access to sensitive/confidential parts of the network.
Bob and I have discussed over and over the need for improved public wireless configuration. Some of you have gotten the message. Sadly many have not. As we approach the summer, let’s get this fixed once and for all. Here are a few design changes many of you need to implement: If your endpoints in […]