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By Dan Sullivan Get Started Jan 22, 2016

How can a reverse proxy mode improve cloud security?

Skyhigh Networks recently obtained a patent to use reverse proxies for cloud access security broker services. Expert Dan Sullivan explains how the method works. Continue Reading


By Katherine Finnell Manage Nov 30, 2015


By Brien Posey Get Started Nov 20, 2015

Learn how to configure Hyper-V Enhanced Session Mode

Windows Server 2012 R2's Hyper-V Enhanced Session Mode sets itself apart from standard sessions by offering users a richer overall experience. Continue Reading


By Simon Quicke Jan 19, 2015

Channel in recruiting mode

Recruiting staff is one of the main signs of business optimism and the channel looks to be feeling good about 2015 as it adds more heads to the workforce Continue Reading


By Steve Goodman Manage Apr 21, 2015

Switch authentication modes during a disaster recovery

Converting authentication modes is a rare thing admins need to address, but it must be fixed right away when it happens -- and Microsoft's documentation on it is incorrect. Continue Reading


By Cliff Saran Mar 09, 2015

Prepare for two modes of business intelligence, says Gartner

IT needs to open up business intelligence to the broader business to support its consumerisation Continue Reading


Manage Sep 18, 2014

Windows kiosk mode locks down PCs, but note workarounds

Switching from the Windows Explorer shell to a particular app can be useful for single-purpose devices, but users can still foil Windows kiosk mode. Continue Reading


By Dave Raffo News Sep 12, 2014

Drive vendors Seagate, HGST in launch mode

The industry’s two hard drive vendors had a busy week with product rollouts and future-gazing. Western Digital’s HGST division launched a flurry of products Tuesday, including 8 TB and 10 TB helium ... Continue Reading


By Brien Posey Evaluate Jul 14, 2014


By Tessa Parmenter News May 13, 2014

Are dual-mode communications double the trouble?

We're living in a world of "dual-mode communications." This was an argument made by Neil Schubert at the Mobile & Wireless World conference seven years ago. We have to have two of everything in ... Continue Reading