TWO-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION FOR TERMINAL SERVERS

The competent approach to IT security in terms of server authorization, both inside and outside the company premises, implies a number of important measures. They include providing a unique user name and meeting password complexity requirements, as well as conducting the planned password change and non-disclosure of credentials to third parties, etc.

FIGHT MALWARE WITH BUILT-IN WINDOWS TOOLS QUICKLY, EFFECTIVELY, AND FREE

Malware, or malicious software, stands for a broad range of applications designed to harm your computer or use it to do damage elsewhere. Malware comes in different shapes and sizes including viruses, Trojan horses, spyware, and others

MICROSOFT SKYPE FOR BUSINESS SERVER START SERVICE

Until recently, «public» communication tools (such as Skype, Telegram, WhatsApp) and corporate communication tools (Lync, Sametime, etc.) were separated by a difficult-to-penetrate wall. Corporate messengers have well-developed security and auditing features.

Your IT Outsourcing Provider Under Control

Outsourcing IT infrastructure services is a logical step for a growing business. When a qualified contractor is selected, it allows an organization to optimize IT costs and improve quality of service.

Protect Your Emails with Two-Factor Authentication

The large number of hacks of celebrities’ email accounts reported by the media and widely discussed by the general public cause users to be greatly concerned about the safety of their data.

How to Install Bitlocker with TPM on Hyper-V 2012 R2

In this article we will review the installation of Bitlocker with the TPM module on the Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 Core.

A Guide to Outsourced Technical Support

Businesses require copious amounts of technical support to keep pace with the ever increasing impact of technology in the modern world. Choosing the best support provider to align with your needs whilst remaining cost-effective can be a critical challenge.

Safe and Easy Internet Access: The Hassle-Free Way to Protect your Network from Internet Threats

While I was listening to a recent interview with the respected Eugene Kaspersky, where he expressed the idea that most of the company’s employees will not have Internet access soon, I was reminded that many companies completely separate their internal networks from the Internet