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Thin Clients vs Zero Clients for VDI and Beyond

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Thin clients and zero clients are a departure from a traditional desktop/laptop and most of the security and maintenance intensive issues that come along with that package. Both offer IT the kind of centralized control they have been dreaming about for years but there are important distinctions when choosing which client will serve the needs of your firm in terms of performance, security and ease of use.

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IT Time & Budget Hogs – Where does all the time (and money) go?

Monday, October 20th, 2014

IT Time & Budget Hogs – Where does all the time (and money) go?

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Appassure Replication & Network Saturation

Thursday, May 16th, 2013

Anyone that has any experience with the Appassure software knows there
is no way to control replication bandwidth between core servers. This will
cause severe problems with WAN connection saturation. We tried traffic
shaping the bandwidth with Juniper firewalls, this did have some success but we
eventually found that this was causing numerous disconnection of the replication
jobs between the core servers.

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Is your Exchange Server Healthly?

Monday, May 9th, 2011

Many Exchange Servers are  turned on and ignored. When they go down, you find out that the outage could have been prevented with just a little bit of maintenance. There is a certain level of maintenance that should be done on a daily, weekly & monthly basis. Below are links to the Exchange 2003, 2007 & 2010 operations check lists I recently located on the Microsoft support site.

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