August’s edition of RHTG TECH TIMES is out. Read Online or Download RHTG TECH TIMES – August 2016 in PDF format.
July’s edition of RHTG TECH TIMES is out. Read Online or Download RHTG TECH TIMES – July 2016 in PDF format.
Reacting to Ransomware – Worst Case Scenario Maybe you’ve heard about ransomware somewhere but never expected it to happen to your business. Or maybe you knew about it and took precautionary steps, but still got infected. Perhaps you are in disaster recovery mode as you are reading this – desperate to find any information that […]
Ransomware in the Air – Strategies to Prevent and Protect Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the latest flavor of cybercrime that is circulating the internet – Ransomware. As an experienced technician who has encountered this threat several times throughout its development, I’d like to spend some time today discussing […]
If you read my post on Egnyte before, you know I really like their solution to cloud storage. The bad thing with Egnyte is Egnyte the company. They are a pain in the arse to deal with, and they raise prices constantly. Being an early adopter of Google Docs (now Drive), I’ve always wanted to […]
I remember when we switched a client of ours from Lotus Notes to hosted Exchange. One of the big complaints they had was not having a way to print the company directory like they could in Lotus Notes. At the time, which was probably almost 7 years ago now, I could not find an easy […]
After having problems with one of my Xenservers in my lab, I decided to build a SAN to store my VMs. After building the SAN, I created an iSCSI target and added it to the Xenserver pool. Next, I started moving a Windows 7 VM to the new SR, but changed my mind while it […]
Here’s a post I put out on my python blog. I figured it would be helpful for sysadmins and the like, so I figured I’d post it here as well. A client of mine is looking to give access to their ERP application to their office and plant in Shanghai. They are going to do […]
I was having no luck finding a solution for this issue, so I figured I’d blog about it for posterity (so I can find it next time when I forget what I did). I recently setup a new blog about business continuity. I set everything up like this blog and my python blog, and everything […]
So, you are feeling good about your systems because you have patch management setup or on your personal PC, you have automatic updates enabled. While that’s great since everyone knows you have to keep Windows patched or run the risk of vulnerabilities on your computer being exposed, it simply is no where near enough. One […]