Intel Security (formerly McAfee) has been promoting their coming service to “remove the hassle of passwords” for a while. Earlier, I received my invitation to download the software and create a profile in its preview state.
Microsoft’s Hyperlapse gives you the ability to speed up your videos to change storytelling while keeping the playback smooth.
Overall, I found Exam Ref 70-688 helpful but not nearly as useful as other reference books.
Yesterday’s Patch Tuesday brought Windows Updates and updates to Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader/Acrobat 10 and 11. In addition, Mozilla updated Firefox to version 38.
One of the nice things about Group Policy Preferences is that it has a framework built-in to allow logic to decide when a Preference is applied.
I just received an email from Google AdSense claiming that my tax information had been changed.
Two sides to the same coin, Impostor syndrome and the Dunning-Kruger effect can both impact your perception of the value you contribute to the organization.
The Ignite keynote covered a wide spread of Microsoft products and is quite convincing that Microsoft is coming in full tilt with this line-up.
LAPS is not something that can be implemented with a simple install but will require some planning and communication but the benefit looks to be a solution a long-time coming.
Laptop bags have gotten significantly better with new styles and accommodations.
There’s a great article from 2012 titled Blameless PostMortems and a Just Culture.
The latest version integrates VirusTotal, a service that scans files against more than 50 antivirus engines, to help clean up malware infections.