Rob K

August 18, 2017
by Rob K
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Getting Away from Your Homegrown Environment

  From the moment, the doors first opened and continuing through today, many organizations and institutions have been creating and developing their IT departments continuously. Through the years, changes in IT range from new technologies to new positions and/or employees. … Continue reading

Rob K

July 26, 2017
by Rob K
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Institutions are Being Targeted by Hackers!

There’s been a concerning trend over the last few years in the higher education field. No, not the sky-high tuition aimed to keep you in debt.  Today we’re talking about cyber security breaches aimed at institutions, students and faculty. Please … Continue reading

Gregg Browinski

June 5, 2017
by Gregg Browinski
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Why is it important to conform to the WCAG 2.0 Guidelines?

Navigating in the Dark You’ve been working hard today. Time to take a break, open a new browser tab on your workstation and visit your favorite website. Maybe it’s Facebook or ESPN or a news site. Just after entering the … Continue reading

Tyler Dannat

February 22, 2017
by Tyler Dannat
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Top Concerns of Cloud Hosted Systems in Higher Education

By 2020, the number of smartphones, tablets, and PCs in use will reach approximately 7.3 billion units. This wave of the Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming even more prevalent throughout higher education institutions. However, Cloud Hosted Systems and services are still … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

October 21, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Solving The Dangers of SharePoint Remote Access

SharePoint remote access is not a one-off consideration. Regardless of the platform, remote access always comes with security considerations. With SharePoint being utilized in so many different environments, it is important to understand the dangers of SharePoint remote access. In … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

September 22, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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QUICK SHOT: MFA Best Practices for Balancing Security and Usability

As 2016 begins winding to a close, one thing is becoming abundantly clear: strong digital security is a must. Both 2014 and 2015 have been heralded as the Year of Data Breaches, and for good reason. With the constant barrage … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

August 11, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Attack Surface Reduction – Benefits of Single Sign-On

Single Sign-On gets a bad rap. Most of the apparent controversy comes from a variety of misunderstandings, as illustrated initially in my previous blog. However, one term that rarely gets mentioned alongside the Benefits of Single Sign-On is Attack Surface … Continue reading

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