Mailbox level backup for your Microsoft Exchange server is more affordable than you might think!

JohnMHoyt Backup Solutions, Business, Cloud Computing, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Sales, Windows Server Leave a Comment

How are you backing up your Microsoft Exchange server? Many businesses are using the Microsoft provided NTBackup, which can backup the entire store, while others may be using another backup package that backs up the entire store. The super-budget minded may be using scripts to shut down the Exchange and then copy the store to an external hard drive. Still …

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Could a judge order you to hand over the keys to your encrypted computer hard drive or flash drive?

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COULD a judge order you to hand over the keys to your encrypted computer hard drive or flash drive? Turns out the answer to this is a definitive “YES”.  And you can bet there is a major outcry by civil rights and privacy groups because a judge has ordered a person to provide an unencrypted hard drive as part of …

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Disk encryption likely to hinder law enforcement efforts

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Mac, Microsoft, OS X, Sales, security, Technology, Windows, Windows Server 1 Comment

Hope you had a fantastic Thanksgiving!  We sure did, but we are back at work. While reading an article over on physorg entitled “Research team finds disk encryption foils law enforcement efforts“, I was reminded of conversations from over a dozen years ago with friends in law enforcement about how criminals were using PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) to encrypt their …

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Sensitive data on your computers? Get it encrypted… NOW!

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Computer Repair, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Linux, Mac, Microsoft, OS X, security, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

The Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System notebook that was stolen from an employee’s car this year has caused concern for many individuals who’s records were contained on that device. (Story Here) What can you do to protect your data from prying eyes in the event your notebook or even a desktop computer is stolen?  Easy, you can utilize disk or file …

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