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.
Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is the source of nearly all authentication and authorization in most Windows environments, which means it's critical to keep up and running. While AD's features can protect against some failures, there are others it can't recover from on its own. So what do you do when that dreaded day of disaster arrives?
Inside this E-Guide, read through some Active Directory organization strategies designed to minimize the headaches that often accompany user group restructuring projects – and ultimately reduce the time spent sifting through messy group architectures.
Networking has evolved to support both wired and wireless access, securing corporate networks from attack is even more essential. This white paper discusses how your organization can authenticate users and devices before they connect to the network.
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.