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Vulnerability Assessment

Vulnerability Assessment Wherever you are on the journey to cybersecurity, undetected vulnerabilities can open the door to cyber criminals. Vulnerabilities can come from a variety of sources including outdated software, patches that have not been applied, and system misconfiguration. These vulnerabilities are invisible to administrators because they are not causing systems to malfunction, so they […]

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Server Virtualization Landscape for 2024

SERVER VIRTUALIZATION After 18 months, Broadcom has finally closed their deal to purchase VMware. Since then, there have been many stories about Broadcom terminating partners and raising prices. Like many vendors, VMware by Broadcom is shifting to a subscription licensing model, which means you can no longer purchase licenses that continue to be valid indefinitely.

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Windows 2012 End-of-Life

On October 10, 2023, Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 will go end-of-life. This means that Microsoft will no longer provide software updates. Any bugs or compatibility issues discovered from then on will not be fixed. The bigger issue is that security vulnerabilities will not be patched. If threat actors discover a vulnerability

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Planning for Wi-Fi 6E

Wi-Fi 6E opens up access to the 6GHz band (Wi-Fi 6 uses 5GHz) and with it a myriad of benefits including low latency, 3 times as many Wi-Fi channels, and the capacity for much higher bandwidth. Another key benefit is that devices like cordless phones, airport radar, perimeter sensors, and digital satellite don’t interfere with

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Common myths (and facts) about open source

“For some companies, the idea of adopting open-source software doesn’t seem viable. There are many myths about open source, but the truth is that it can facilitate security, be easy to maintain and integrate, and scale to whatever heights you require.

Whether you’re concerned about security, maintenance, or compatibility, open source can open up a world of possibilities for companies across all industries.

Sign up to stay connected—we can help you learn more about using Microsoft Azure DevOps with GitHub and Visual Studio and unravel the myths and facts about open source.

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