It takes time and money to adjust IT security in response to evolving attack tactics. As defenders gradually update their security measures, attackers respond accordingly. Such arms-race dynamics lead to threats of increasing sophistication and efficiency.
If you are sending data over a “private” Wide Area Network (WAN) there is a dirty little secret your service provider doesn’t want you to know about. The truth is that these so-called private WANs offer no inherent security and they aren't really even private.
Active Directory (AD) plays a central role for many organizations’ Windows Domain architecture and access control, so it’s essential to maintain a clean and correct AD to avoid any potential security and operational risks. View now to explore the risks and challenges of AD that organizations face today and uncover best practices to address them.
This presentation transcript will discuss the top ten most useful advantages of Windows Server 2008 R2. Gain insight into improvements made to Terminal Services and Hyper-V that can provide your organization with increased flexibility.
This Quest Software webcast explains the symptoms of a failing or failed domain or forest. It also discusses how you can best prepare for this failure, and compares manual forest recovery procedures with a powerful automated solution.
Active Directory (AD) downtime can be disastrous to organizations. Learn the risks, costs and unexpected consequences associated with AD interruptions, the importance of an AD recovery plan and the pitfalls of relying solely on native recovery methods.
Email has historically been a weak link in organizational security. Classification and policy based strategies enable email to be managed more securely and effectively. Email classification is a technique for adding metadata and visual labels to email.
Learn how Oracle continues to improve the performance, scalability, and capability of its Windows database server. This paper describes the architecture of the Oracle database on Windows and how it differs from its counterparts on UNIX and Linux.
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