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Posts by Tadd Axon

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Cloud | November 17, 2018 by Tadd Axon
There is plenty you can do to optimize and modernize your security practices. But, if you don’t know what is available to you, or how to configure, you won’t be able to take advantage of these benefits.
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Cloud | October 26, 2017 by Tadd Axon
There is a lot to love about Azure and what it offers organizations in terms of capabilities for compliance and security. Nevertheless, even the simplest cloud projects require scrupulous planning, research and ongoing care. If you do not follow these best practices for Microsoft Azure security, risks will invariably follow. 
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Microsoft | July 27, 2016 by Tadd Axon
What do Azure and cell phone bills have in common? As it turns out, a lot. As unfortunate as it is, it’s pretty common to go over your mobile phone voice and data limits. What do most of us do? We pay the bill – regardless of the overcharges. Some of us change to a […]
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Microsoft | February 11, 2015 by Tadd Axon
It might seem contradictory. One one hand, a majority of businesses are now considering leveraging the public cloud to get their business done, and get it done at levels of efficiency never before possible. But at the same time, the concept of the cloud still instills fear and concerns across all levels of the business. With so […]
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Microsoft | May 8, 2014 by Tadd Axon
Target … DigiNotar … LinkedIn … What do all of these high-profile data breaches have in common? Authentication gone wrong. Target and LinkedIn are still dealing with aftermath of their data breaches. Dutch public CA, DigiNotar, immediately ceased operations and a few months later filed for bankruptcy, in the wake of an intruder gaining control of its servers. […]
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Microsoft | July 19, 2013 by Tadd Axon
The software delivery model is fundamentally changing. We’re not seeing big-splash releases anymore. Instead, we’re seeing a continuous deployment stream of updates, upgrades and patches. With the death of Windows XP it doesn’t really matter if you’re moving to Windows 7 or 8 — just as long as you’re moving forward. Which OS you choose depends […]
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Microsoft | July 9, 2013 by Tadd Axon
The death of Windows XP has been a long time coming. If you’re in denial or you’ve been prolonging the pain of migrating to the next version of Windows, it’s time to face the music: XP has reached its end of life. This means more than a standard desktop OS upgrade (possibly one you’ve been putting […]