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Mar 05, 2015

Mozilla just released version 36 of its popular web browser Firefox. This new release introduces an important change. Some weak security certificates are no longer trusted by the browser. Why is this of interest? Well it’ll change...

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Feb 23, 2015

Disaster recovery. The IT industry’s latest buzz words. Although a popular subject, many of the articles out there are not providing accurate or enough information to demystify the concept. How does one explain disaster recovery...

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Feb 19, 2015

Fasten your seatbelt and make sure your seat is in the upright position. Trade show season is about to take off. Isn’t this exciting? Networking opportunities, cross country trips, new IT trends — you name it. Great investment...

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Feb 12, 2015

If you’ve been living under a rock during the last few weeks, you probably haven’t heard about Microsoft’s newest version of its Windows OS. The tech giant has recently made Windows 10 available as a technical preview. This means...

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Feb 11, 2015

A little determination goes a long way. That’s something GC Brieau, a reseller with SherWeb’s Partner Network , learned recently while helping one of its clients migrate to our Performance Cloud. Firm President Marc-Antoine Brillant...

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Feb 06, 2015

I don’t think anyone would argue with me when I say that email is critical to most businesses. When your email works well it’s seamless; you don’t even notice it. Whenever we have to contact a client and they don’t know who we...

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Feb 05, 2015

SQL Injection became a favorite hacking technique in 2007. Despite being widely documented for so many years it continues to evolve and be utilized. Because SQL Injection is such a well known attack vector, I am always surprised...

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Feb 03, 2015

IT techs from around the world cringe every time they stumble upon this kind of article. That’s because they get to read about the awful – and *ahem* often shameful – password choices of everyday users. Why are bad passwords such...

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Jan 31, 2015

I ran into an interesting predicament the other day, and I thought that both the situation and my solution were worth sharing. Here's the scenario: I host websites for several family members and friends, and one of my family member...

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Jan 27, 2015

We’ve reached it, the critical stage between cloud growth and cloud maturity. And there’s no need to deny that with cloud maturity come great opportunities. Just like Uncle Ben said, right? But more seriously, as a Managed Service...

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Jan 23, 2015

In my previous post , I walked you through the installation of a SQL 2012 Server. Today, I’ll explain how to install SQL 2012 for Operation Manager Data Warehouse. This long-term data warehouse database is used by the OpsMgr 2012...

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Jan 20, 2015

A new year is like a blank page. A fresh start with endless possibilities. Which is why most of us begin the year resolving to change for the better in some way or another. A new year is also a chance to look back on the milestones...

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