For the last few years Microsoft has been talking about “Modern” this or “Modern” that. In the quest for improved security they are agressively trying to move everyone to more modern protocols. The impending LDAPS changes are an example of this. However, there are more processes and protocols that they are urging you to retire.
K-12 education has been turned upside down. Remote learning is obviously the term du jour. At the same time as we are figuring out what remote instruction means, school districts still have to keep the buildings safe and run all the back-office functions.
These have been extraordinary times for the world, our country, our school districts and our families. We are implementing remote learning plans and remote access plans to keep the district functioning in this time of social distancing, crowd restrictions and mandated closings.
This tidbit is starting a series on understanding some mechanisms available to you for protecting e-mail sent from your domain. We covered this topic in this 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 series.
I have been watching the Cisco AMP and Paladin CyberSentinel Managed Endpoint Detect & Respond consoles for a number of clients of late. One thing is extremely apparent. Your administrators are under constant attack from emails with fake invoices, as well as Microsoft Word and Excel documents – all of which are infected.
CSI is excited to announce our third hands-on learning event entitled “Introducing Microsoft Teams for Next Generation Classroom Teaching and Learning” in our classroom in partnership with Microsoft on Tuesday, April 17th from 9 am until 1 pm. Microsoft Teams is the digital hub that brings conversations, content, and apps together in one place.