When 802.11AC was introduced, we found it to be the most amazing thing since sliced bread. It was dramatically faster than 802.11N, backwards compatible, and mostly interference free. Today, we will discuss what 802.11AC-Wave2 brings to the table and how we feel about it. 802.11AC-Wave2 – Features and Enhancements Supports speeds up to 2.34 Gbps […]
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In recent years, we have seen a significant growth in Malware. With enablers such as Bitcoin, RSA 2048-bit encryption, and the TOR network, NetCal predicts there will continue to be a significant rise in Crypto Ransomware. The use of these malicious applications are morphing as we speak. Originally, they were to gain access to computers and […]
Since last year, we’ve been telling our clients to hold off on upgrading. We even used Group Policy and our Management Agents to disable the upgrade patch. It’s been a long and treacherous journey, but we finally believe Windows 10 is ready for Prime Time. We’ve even seen it increase performance in some older machines. We […]
Myth #1: “The only interference problems are from other 802.11 networks.” Summary: The unlicensed band is an experiment by the FCC in unregulated spectrum sharing. The experiment has been a great success so far, but there are significant challenges posed by RF interference that need to be given proper attention. Myth #2: “My network […]
Windows Update for Business enables control over the deployment of updates within organizations while ensuring devices are kept current and security needs are met, at reduced management cost. Features include setting up device groups with staggered deployments and scaling deployments with network optimizations. Windows Store for Business provides a flexible way to find, acquire, manage […]
Now that Windows 10 Version 1511 (first major patch) is out, we can look at potential upgrade paths for the OS. For those of you that didn’t know, this version allows for the use of keys from Windows 7/8 during the installation of Windows 10.
From: http://blog.mwpreston.net/2015/11/09/veeam-v9-what-we-know-so-far/ Unlimited Scale-out Backup Repository This is perhaps one the biggest features included within v9 – all to often we see environments over provision the storage for their backup repositories – you never know when we might get a large delta or incremental and the last thing we want to have to do is go […]
Preventative Workstation protection: This virus launches from a specific location on the workstation, thus it’s recommended to add a group policy setting to block it from Windows Vista/7/8 and from XP. Use software restriction policies as follows: Windows 7: You can use Software Restriction Policies to block executables from running when they are located in […]
O365 Office 2013 Activation error code 0x8004FC12 This is something that has been annoying me for a while. It only happens on my home computer and will not go away. I’ve tried reinstalling setting up new profiles, un-associating my personal O365 account, repairing Office. I even gave up and started using Office 2010. The problem doesn’t occur […]
With businesses attaining more WAN bandwidth and businesses trust with hosted services increasing, Microsoft is investing heavily in Remote Desktop Services. Renamed from Terminal Services to Remote Desktop Services, it encompasses multiple ways to deliver application access from any location. Below, you will find information on some of the features and requirements in an RDS […]