A constant frustration of ours is ensuring “clean” backups. If you corrupt your data or have a server failure, we need to reliably get that data back. There are a few types of backups. Image backups are popular with virtualization. File system backups have always been the gold standard since the dawn of backups.
Hopefully, you all had a relatively sane and productive summer. Security-related topics have been in the news for most of the summer with several incidents hitting fairly close to home. Perhaps the question I have been asked the most over the last month or so has been “what do I need to do to protect […]
Just when you thought it was safe to move along to other technical topics, along comes Scott Quimby’s Hardening Active Directory Part III to scare you even more. If you haven’t watched Part I and Part II, you can find them here. In Part III we will do a little review of some core topics […]
We harp on the fact that if you have *ANY* VPN, or remote access capabilities into your district, you *MUST* use a commercial SSL certificate and not a self-signed SSL – no exceptions. However, an area of growing frustration is that many current browsers are starting to give warnings about whether or not you should […]