Managing windows servers might be getting an upgrade in the future as Microsofts “Project Honolulu” is being developed to add a web UI for it. This has the potential to be a game changer for customers that were on the verge of using HyperV Core but didn’t want to lose the manageability of the full GUI. The goal of this platform is to pick up where the server manager lacked. In offering a Web-based solution it will be easier to use, and they are also releasing APIs for third-party developers to make use of. I would look forward to the actual release of this feature in late 2018, but in the mean time give the preview a try. If you have questions or have interest in Microsoft software, contact Cyber Advisors.
Cyber Security is an on-going battle and there isn't one best way to protect yourself. Because security is so important and there are many aspects to it, The Motherboard published a great comprehensive guide on how to not get hacked. This article is updated regularly and is great for just about everyone. If you have further questions regarding cyber security and how to better protect your self contact Cyber Advisors.
Original blog post by Zoltan Erszenyi
I was fortunate enough to attend the Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando, FL this year. During the conference, there was a TON of information to gather, experts to network with, and vendors to see in the Expo Hall.
I admit I am not someone who was not always on the cutting edge of technology. It’s not that I don’t love technology and appreciate the many improvements it has made to my quality of life. It’s just that I am not an early adapter type. I need to fully understand how and why each technology product is going to improve my life before I invest any of my own time or money.
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Minneapolis, MN – October 23rd, 2017 - As part of their commitment to Dell EMC, Cyber Advisors announced this week that they have chosen software defined Dell EMC VxRail and VMware as the Hyperconverged (HCI) solution of choice to host their own internal operations.
I remember growing up and the old rotary phone ringing during dinner time and we’d frustratingly find out that it was telemarketers. This was before caller ID or the ability to just silence the ringers. We as kids were advised to try and determine if it was someone our parents actually knew, and then if not, to lie and say they weren’t home. Wait, then the kidnappers would think we were home alone. We had to tell a better lie... For years telemarketers thought my parents took really long nightly showers.
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With each new release of Windows, we continue to find more features and functions that Microsoft has rolled into the new build. Some of them are very welcomed and some are a little misunderstood or mildly annoying.
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