Time to update your Internet Explorer

It is (way past) time to let your old Internet Explorer go! What’s the hold up on your end? Now I understand you don’t like change, and that you know where everything is on your current browser, but I assure you that within minutes of installing IE 8, you will be back in the groove and everything you do now …

The latest Windows vulnerability is… The Engergizer DUO USB battery charger

While reading through CERT advisories, I came across an interesting one – a USB battery charger made by Energizer is vulnerable to a remote hacker who could gain access to your files and gain full control of your machine with administrator privileges. The solution is to uninstall the software. Read more at this blog: http://blogs.zdnet.com/security/?p=5602&tag=wrapper;col1

Prepare Thyself for Microsoft Patch Tuesday

It appears us IT folks get a little break on the patches this coming Tuesday. On the schedule are only 2 patches as outlined by an article on PCWorld.com….   Are the patches slowing down? Only time will tell, but last month was harsh, with MS dumping a ton of them on us, Java and Adobe patches, etc. The article on …

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Microsoft Server 2008 R2 & Exchange 2010 Deployment Fun

Deploying a Microsoft Server 2008 R2 with Microsoft Exchange 2010 into an existing MS Server 2003 / Exchange 2003 environment has some challenges, but when you add in a Blackberry it takes a little foresight. When a client has an old version of BES or is using Blackberry Professional Server, they should know in advance that it will NOT work …