Microsoft Technology Roadshow

on April 17, 2018

Our resident Microsoft expert, Mitch Garvis, was at a cloud networking conference recently and send us these links for aspiring cloud technicians. Azure Training: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-ca/training Azure Certification: https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/learning/certification-overview.aspx Windows Certifications: https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/learning/windows-certification.aspx Productivity Certification: https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/learning/mcse-productivity-certificatio.aspx Mobility Certification: https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/learning/mobility-certification.aspx   This post originally appeared on The World According to Mitch, April 17, 2018 

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Windows 10 Updates – Order from the Chaos

on March 27, 2018

Since the original release in July of 2015 there have been six versions of Windows 10 released in total: Version 1507 (Codenamed Threshold 1) Version 1511 (Codenamed Threshold 2 aka the November Update) Version 1607 (Codenamed Redstone aka the Anniversary Update) Version 1703 (Codenamed Redstone 2 aka the Creators Update) Version 1709 (Codenamed Redstone 3

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Windows Autopilot vs System Center Configuration Manager

on November 15, 2017

I previously mentioned that I was excited to compare Windows Autopilot with System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). Well, we finally have more details about Windows Autopilot and I’m finally able to give you a comparison of Autopilot and SCCM for Windows 10 deployments. System Center Configuration Manager Before I dive into Windows Autopilot, let us

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Ransomware: Ten things you can do about it

on May 30, 2017

With all of the recent headlines about ransomware such as WannaCry (aka WanaCrypt) and Cryptolocker, we’ve been asked by many of our customers if they are doing enough to stay safe from these types of attacks. In truth, the creators of malware are constantly finding new exploits (or reusing old exploits) to attack systems and

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Top 10 Tips for File Searching

on January 19, 2017

We’ve come to depend on the ability to quickly search for information on the internet. Services like Google and Bing both do a remarkable job providing rich search results that are ranked based on many factors such as current location, past search and browsing history current global, national, and local trends. All of this makes

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