If you or your organization is interested in attending or breaking into this world, this post from Kara Drapala over at OpenDNS - one of our security partners - lays out the landscape and what to expect. I learned to always set my phone to airplane mode while attending Def Con.
2016 is going to be the year of security, and we'd like to share some research with you from one of our security partners OpenDNS about the ways any computer network can be compromised. Join us January 21st when Matt Eshleman and Steve Longenecker will share what we've learned about risks, and present ways you can protect yourself by implementing a managed network environment.
I came across this excellent guide to verifying social media stories on France24's sister site The Observers this weekend and thought I'd share it. Community IT concentrates mainly on IT services and support and leaves social media to other consultants - but often there is an overlap, or technology questions the IT team can help answer.
With so many organizations moving document storage to the cloud we get a lot of questions on these two products. In this post, Steve Longenecker shares his insights into these sibling file libraries...In a nutshell, OneDrive for Business is like your personal closet, keep it as messy or as organized as you want. SharePoint is designed and controlled by the organization, so that documents are both findable and discoverable.
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