Friday, July 1, 2022

Resources, Projects, and Tools


This is a dynamic article that will be continuously updated through time. Check back often to see what has been added. If there is an entry with no real info I’m probably actively working on it but needed to step away.

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Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Windows 11 Deep Dive – Answering All Your Questions

Windows 10 was a prolific milestone for Microsoft, both in the consumer and enterprise spaces. For the first time in the company’s long history, they offered their core product to the masses on either side for FREE. The only requirement was that users had a license for any of the three most recent versions of the Windows operating system (7, 8, and 8.1). It was (and still is at the time of writing) the most secure, simple, and intuitive version of Windows to ever reach the desktops of consumers and professionals alike. All of that, paired with Satya Nadella famously stating in 2015 that “Windows 10 is the last version of Windows…” leaves many industry analysts wondering why Microsoft departed from that vision of *Windows as a Service*. Let’s explore this question and more.

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Monday, May 10, 2021

Managed Security Services

Regardless of the size of your business, every year the threat landscape continues to grow and evolve. In 2020, compromised data records exceeded 37 billion – a staggering number that only considers the 51% of reported breaches which provided a confirmed number of records. This alone is a 141% increase over 2019[1]. Factoring in unreported attacks and unconfirmed records, that number grows exponentially.

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Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Top Security Trends SMBs Need To Be Aware of in 2021

Security trends are constantly evolving, and for small and medium-sized businesses where budgets can be tight, knowing which trends deserve the most attention can be challenging. We have pulled together a list of the most prominent security trends to be aware of in 2021 to help prepare your business to contend with the current threat landscape.

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